Gov: Abortion ban shows Alabama values 'sanctity of life'

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Mitt Romney, R-Utah, said he believes Alabama's newly adopted abortion law is too extreme and people on both sides of the controversial issue are taking exceptionally radical positions.

The future of a woman's right to choose an abortion in the United States could ultimately come down to the decision of one man.

Pro-choice advocates are expected to rally at state capitols and courthouses in all 50 states today in response to Alabama's nearly total ban on abortion passed last week.

According to the law, any physicians who will perform an abortion will also be charged with the highest degree of felony (Class A felony), and they could face up to ninety-nine years in jail.

Abortions would only be legal if the life of the mother is in danger or the fetus has a fatal condition. In recent weeks several conservative states have passed laws aimed at prodding the court to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion nationwide.

But restrictions are not outright bans, and the president's tweets were created to quell the intensity of the positions held by those who oppose abortion rights absolutely. With me. She had the ability to walk into an abortion clinic and decide to leave. "(Or) I would have ended my life, if I'm being frank".

Hathaway wasn't the only one calling out Governor Kay Ivey, with Rihanna also slamming her on Instagram.

"They are women who live here, and some who have left".

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Supporters of the abortion bills, including Vice President Michael Pence, say they're fighting Roe vs. Wade. "I think something much more toward the center makes more sense".

"I saw that our reproductive rights were under attack", said Blakely, wearing a red shirt with the word "woman" on the front.

"I believe that there ought to be exceptions".

Without mentioning Alabama's law, Trump said he supports the right to an abortion when rape or incest is involved or when the life of the woman is stake.

"When women are in control of their sexuality, it threatens a core element underpinning right-wing ideology: patriarchy", she said.

"I am so sorry I can not be idolizing someone who is anti-life", added a commenter.

But a federal appeals court said the rule "places a large barrier to access without any evidence that it serves the intended goal of persuading women to carry a pregnancy to term". Ultimately, this law would force working class people to seek unsafe abortions in inadequately equipped back-alley facilities. "Abortion will not go away and this is very risky to the lives of women". "We will order these risky teas from all over different places in the world".

College-educated white women went for Clinton in 2016 by a relatively narrow 7 points, 51 percent to 44 percent.

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