Pennsylvania: Democrat proposes forced sterilization of men after age 40

U.S. 10/06/21, 20:29

A Democratic state representative from Pennsylvania, Christopher Rabb, has introduced a bill that would force men to have a vasectomy six weeks after having their third child when they reach the age of 40.  According to Rabb, the proposal is in response to the Texas heartbeat law that prohibits abortions after ...

Florida: Abortion bill is introduced that resembles Texas Heartbeat Act

U.S. 09/23/21, 06:17

GOP Florida state Rep. Webster Barnaby on Wednesday, Sept. 22, introduced an abortion legislation bill similar to that of Texas.  Mirroring the Texas Heartbeat Act, the measure, HB167, seeks to prohibit abortion of six-week and older fetus, or typically when a fetal heartbeat can be detected unless it was for an emergency. Tests ...

First doctor sued for violating Texas Heartbeat Act

Texas 09/21/21, 03:14

A Texas doctor was sued on Monday, Sept. 20, after admitting that he breached the newly enacted abortion ban in the Lone Star state. The physician, Alan Braid from San Antonio, performed an abortion on Sept. 6, just five days after the Heartbeat Act went into effect.  The legal action against Dr. ...

Justice Department launches lawsuit against Texas abortion ban

Texas 09/10/21, 00:37

On Thursday, Sept. 9, the Justice Department filed suit against Texas to block the sweeping abortion law that had gone into effect at the beginning of this month. “The act is clearly unconstitutional under long-standing Supreme Court precedent,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said at a news conference, according to the Associated ...

Satanic group joins legal battle against Texas Heartbeat Act

Texas 09/05/21, 23:02

An anti-Christ religious organization joined the growing number of groups that oppose Texas's latest abortion ban. The Texas Heartbeat Act took effect on September 1 and prohibits abortion from six weeks into pregnancy, when a fetal heartbeat can be detected. The new rule caused significant outcry from pro-choice groups that resorted to ...

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