Several US states have already announced that they are taking measures to ban voluntary termination of pregnancy in their territories in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to nullify the right to abortion. Missouri’s attorney general announced Friday that the conservative Central American state has become “the first” to ban abortion.
“This is an important day for the sanctity of life,” said Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmidt. He told that he very quickly called a General Assembly after the Supreme Court formalized its decision. “Today is a historic day, but we also remember that over 60 million innocent lives were lost. There was a lot of work behind the scenes before this incredible victory was achieved,” he said.
Republican Governor ofSouth DakotaChristie Noem declared that abortion was now illegal in this northern state of the United States, under the so-called “zombie” or “trigger” law, which had been drafted in advance, to automatically apply in the event of change. In Court Jurisprudence.
“South Dakota’s Trigger Law (…) specifies that effective immediately, all abortions are illegal in South Dakota + unless a reasonable and reasonable medical judgment states that abortion is necessary to preserve the life of the pregnant woman. +”, specifies the press release. The Republican governor also announced in a statement the Supreme Court’s “later this year” a special session of the state legislature to “save and help the lives of mothers affected by the decision.” ,
Shortly after, the Republican governor ofIndianaAnnounced the convening of the legislature of this second state in the north of the United States of America to ban abortion as soon as possible. Governor Eric Holcomb said on Twitter, “The Supreme Court’s decision is clear, and it is now up to the states to address this important issue. We will do so in Indiana as soon as possible.” State on July 6 “We have an opportunity to make progress in protecting the sanctity of life, and that’s exactly what we’re going to do,” said Eric Holcomb.
Commitment to protect abortion rights in progressive states
Simultaneously, three progressive states on the West Coast of the United States announced Friday that they are jointly committed to protecting the right to abortion, which was buried shortly before a Supreme Court ruling.
“The governors of California, Oregon and Washington today issued a pledge to protect access to reproductive health care, including abortion and contraceptives, and to protect patients and physicians from attempts by other states to export restrictions on abortion to our states. promised.” for a statement.
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