In the U.S., compounded the decades-long dispute to have the Abortion. The reasons for this are many - but especially in the outcome of the last presidential election, and that starts now.
"It's time! It is time that we make Missouri the state with the strongest protection for the unborn life!" The Governor of the state, Republican Mike Parson says it. With a double Plan, he went to work: The abortion laws of the state were exacerbated by the Republican majority, after eight weeks, abortions should be in the future, in principle, illegal.
On the spot have overtaken other States in the meantime to sharpness, but Parson had almost made it, that there are in the entire state no clinic longer, the abortion may proceed. Last week, the license of the last remaining clinic in St. Louis, and the Parson had tightened the conditions so that there would be no new license. A judge with an injunction before pushing in the last Minute of a tie, the clinic is permitted to provisionally continue to work.Stricter laws in a number of States
Missouri is just one of a number of States that have tightened in recent weeks, the abortion laws drastically. Most of these laws are due to come into force early next year. Most of the so-called "heartbeat rule applies, then" as soon As a heartbeat can be perceived, is no longer an abortion is possible. This is not about in the fifth to sixth week of the case, if women know often that you are pregnant.