Louisiana and Utah Trigger Laws Temporarily Blocked by Courts

Jun 29, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

63% : As anti-abortion lawmakers see an increasingly conservative Supreme Court, they've become more emboldened to pursue extreme legislation that could, in the future, overturn Roe v. Wade.
57% : More and more states are also using legislative tricks to pass anti-abortion legislation without triggering legal challenges.
54% : That's why now is the time for pro-choice advocates to redouble their efforts and remain as vocal as possible about these attempts to chip away at reproductive rights.
45% : In Georgia, a bill passed by the state legislature would ban abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy as soon as a heartbeat is detected.
43% : In Iowa, the state legislature has passed a bill that would ban abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected.
40% : On top of trigger laws and other anti-abortion efforts that don't directly challenge Roe v. Wade, this month we've also seen a number of legislative efforts that do attack abortion directly.
39% : The lawsuit was brought by the Louisiana chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Planned Parenthood.
38% : In recent weeks, two states have enacted "trigger laws" that ban abortion in the event Roe v. Wade is overturned.
38% : In addition, bills that would ban abortion after six weeks have been introduced in Ohio, Missouri, Oregon, and West Virginia.
37% :Utah's trigger laws banning abortion in the event of Roe's reversal went into effect on May 15th.
37% : This month, governors in Florida, Nevada, and Ohio signed bills that ban abortion at 20 weeks.
35% : Focus shifts to "trigger laws" and state courts in wake of Supreme Court decision on Roe v. WadeIndependent: Louisiana and Utah trigger law banning abortion temporarily blocked by judge; by Gustaf Killander
19% : Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has said he will sign an executive order to allow abortion in the case of a fetal abnormality.

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