Republican ‘s across the nation are actually NOIT in na hurry to take the country back to the pre-abortion law days…
The courts are continually struck down strong challenges to the Roe vs wade decision and will probably contuse to do so now….
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said Friday that she personally opposes provisions in the new Alabama law that outlaws virtually all abortions, even in cases of rape and incest, but defended the range of views on abortion within her party.
“Personally, I would have the exceptions,” McDaniel said during an interview on CNN. “That’s my personal belief. But we are a party that is a broad tent. If you agree with us 80 percent of the time, I want you to be a Republican. We don’t have a litmus test as to whether you can belong to our party.”
The new antiabortion law in Alabama, the strictest in the country, has divided Republicans and put them on the defensive on the issue. Republicans had been playing offense by casting Democrats as extreme because of a recent New York law expanding access to late-term abortion — a move McDaniel criticized Friday….
Missouri state House lawmakers are poised Friday to approve a bill that would ban abortion in the state after eight weeks of pregnancy.
Reuters reported Friday that lawmakers in the state legislature looked likely to pass the bill, which would make Missouri’s abortion laws among the strictest in the nation, and that Gov. Mike Parson (R) had indicated he would sign it.
Parson, Reuters reported, said that the bill would make Missouri “one of the strongest pro-life states in the country.”
The bill previously passed Missouri’s Senate on a party-line vote, with 10 Democrats opposing the measure and 24 Republicans supporting it.
Even without the governor’s signature, state law dictates that the bill will become law on Aug. 28 if it passes the state House.
News of Missouri’s likely passage of the “Missouri Stands for the Unborn” bill comes days after Alabama and Georgia’s governors signed similarly restrictive bills into law, infuriating abortion rights advocates and setting up the states for a possible conflict with Roe v. Wade supporters at the Supreme Court….