That Alabama would try to repeal the aborträtten absolutely was no surprise. It is a conservative state that already has very strict limitations. But the question moves thereby again to the Supreme court, as in the historic case of Roe v Wade (1973) ruled that the constitution protects a woman's right to abortion.
Between the poles are of the crowd who don't want to tear up the Roe against Wade, but see abortion as a dilemma.
the Senate in Alabama has now passed a law that allows abortion only if the mother's life is in danger, but not for rape or incest. Doctors who perform the procedure are threatened with long prison sentences.
american abortkriget mobilize. Several republican controlled states have recently passed laws that ban abortion after the sixth week. The democratic-dominated New York want instead to make it easier to get an abortion. President Trump has become the ”pro-life extremist and paints the opponents as barnamördare.
Opinion in the US is complicated. Around 30 per cent think that abortion should always be legal, 20 percent requires a total ban. Between the poles, which moves further and further off, is the broad masses who don't want to tear up the Roe against Wade, but see abortion as a dilemma.
reach HD, but the court changed the composition of the ruling is difficult to predict. Trump has got to appoint two conservatives, Neil Gorsuch, and Brett Kavanaugh, which in principle can be suspected to be against abortion. But the two have so far appeared different, with Gorsuch significantly further to the right.
chief justice John Roberts are also counted towards the conservative camp, but has become the man in the middle. He is anxious that the court is not due to a subjective instance and that precedent should be respected. And there are, admittedly, Roe against Wade.
a political battleground. A sober view on abortion must be possible even in the united states.