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Elisha Fieldstadt and Associated Press
The Missouri-led house has passed a bill banning abortion during the eight weeks of pregnancy, except in cases of medical assistance but not rape or incest.
Republican Government Mike Parson sign a bill following the governors of Alabama, Georgia and several other states that have recently signed rigorous abortion legislation
"Until that day, abortions in this country I will never refuse In the struggle for life, Parson said on Wednesday during the rally.
According to a bill adopted at home from 110 to 44, doctors who have stopped abortion after eight weeks can get into a five to fifteen year prison. Women who receive abortion would not be prosecuted
The Missouri-led Republican-led Senate, who voted on Thursday 24-10, has adopted this state bill called Missouri.
just broke if Roe v. Wade is upside down, and the planned paternity has ensured that Missouri and neighboring Illinois still have open abortions
Gov. Parson deliberately contributes to the systematic consequences of a health downturn across our country and a safe ban on legitimate abortion is just the latest effort, said Mourie Mead, Missouri's planned parent attorney director. "It is a pity for him that the government should say when and when someone becomes a parent."
US anti-abortion defenders seek new restrictions on procedures, hoping that a more conservative US Supreme Court will abolish more than 40 years of federal abortion protection under Roe v. . Wade.
Account Sponsor, p. Nicholas B. Schroer, on Friday, said that the purpose of the bill was not to provoke court challenges
. "This piece of legislation has one purpose, namely to save lives … to withstand judicial challenges rather than cause them," he said.
If the courts block the eight-week ban, the law includes discounts on less restrictive terms that would prohibit abortion for 14, 18 or 20 weeks or during pregnancy.
Over the past two weeks, Alabama and Georgia have enacted strict abortion laws, although they have not yet entered into force, and can never be judged on the results of judicial challenges.
Alabama's Law, signed on Wednesday by Mr. Kay Ivey, forcing a doctor to perform or attempt abortion at any stage of pregnancy.
The state house approved the bill with an exception in cases where mother's health is a serious risk. The Senate has considered, but rejected, the additional exceptions for pregnancy due to rape and blood contamination.
The law must not enter into force six months after signing. Under current law, abortions can take up to 21 weeks and six days. Just as in the state of Alabama, there are only three clinics of abortion
The Georgian law, signed by Goro Brian Kempo, prohibits abortion when fetal heartbeat can be detected – it may take six weeks before many women know they are pregnant.
The law covers exceptions and exceptions if a woman has submitted a police report. It also includes exceptions to save mother's life, and if the fruit is inactive due to severe medical problems
According to current law, abortions can be performed within the first 20 weeks of pregnancy. The new insurance should not come into force until 2020. January 1
Kentucky, Mississippi, and Ohio also confirmed a ban on abortion when fetal heart failure can be detected. Some of these laws have already been challenged in court, and similar restrictions in Northern Dakota and Iowa were previously punished by judges.