Monday, July 08, 2013

Abortionists Lament Ever-greater State Limits

Liberals are regretfully reporting the plethora of state laws restricting abortion like a sportscaster calling a game where the home team is losing badly -- outmatched by its opponents.  Reporting from the Texas Abortion Battle: Satan Loses.

For background, read Pro-lifers Prevail: More Abortion Restriction Laws and also read Pro-life Legislation Floods America as well as Pro-life Laws Sweeping States, Roe Challenge Soon

In addition, read Planned Parenthood Defunded by More States

UPDATE 1/12/15: Pro-life Laws Sweep America; Liberals Battle Back

UPDATE 6/14/14: Abortion Outlawed in Florida for Viable Fetuses

UPDATE 4/16/14: New Arizona Law Allows Raids of Abortion Clinics

UPDATE 4/19/14: Church Defeats Abortion in Colorado, Democrats Concede

UPDATE 3/20/14: Democrats Restrict Abortion in Louisiana & South Carolina

UPDATE 12/29/13: Abortion Clinic Closings Set Record; Admit Defeat

-- From "Anti-Abortion Bills In Wisconsin, Texas, North Carolina Show GOP Muscle" posted at Kaiser [pro-abortion] Health News 7/8/13

Anti-abortion activists in Republican-dominated states have succeeded in pushing various bills that limit the procedure.

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From "Republican State Legislators Pass 40 Laws Restricting Abortion in First Half of 2013" by Matt Bewig, 7/8/13

Although national leaders of the GOP have been attempting to “rebrand” their party by emphasizing economic opportunity and downplaying social issues like marriage equality and abortion, Republican state legislators must have missed the memo. Since the beginning of the year, Republicans have spearheaded the passage of at least 40 new state laws intended to restrict access to abortion, including mandatory ultrasounds for pregnant women and expensive new regulations for clinics.

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From "State abortion bills get national attention" by Daniel Strauss, The Hill 7/7/13

. . . [A bill] passed by the North Carolina Senate, increases restrictions on which medical facilities can perform abortions. The bill also bans abortions based on the fetus's gender and prohibits abortion insurance coverage in a healthcare plan for North Carolina residents through ObamaCare with exceptions for rape, incest or mortal danger to the mother.

Roughly a week ago, Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) signed into law a much-debated abortion law that mandates ultrasounds for someone seeking an abortion. The Ohio law also limits abortion clinics from moving patients to public hospitals. The Democratic National Committee said the legislation is "just the latest example of Republicans' extreme agenda on women's health."

And on Friday, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who has recently been moving away from the dark horse category of 2016 possible presidential candidates, signed a bill mandating that women seeking an abortion first undergo an ultrasound.

The attention to the bills in state legislatures may have rubbed off on national lawmakers. Following the U.S. House of Representatives' passage of a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is considering being the primary sponsor of a 20-week abortion ban proposal in the Senate. Rubio is often mentioned as a strong presidential candidate in 2016, so his backing would assure the topic remains in the center of national policy discussions.

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In addition, read Florida Law Protects Infants that Obama Would NOT

Also read of Kermit the Abortionist, in Prison for Infanticide