Here’s Where Abortion Is Now Banned Following Heroic SCOTUS Decision Overturning Roe

Following the historic overturning of Roe v. Wade, clinics in multiple states have reportedly ceased performing abortions “immediately.” However, Democrat-run states like New York won’t change post-Roe. Here’s where abortion is banned now and what Democratic strongholds will still be an uphill battle for the pro-life movement:NPR national correspondent Sarah McCammon reported Friday she heard from some clinic sources in Louisiana, Kentucky, Texas, and Missouri that are halting abortions “immediately” in response to the Dobbs decision. McCammon also told Planned Parenthood has stopped carrying out abortions in Arkansas.I’m hearing from clinic sources in Louisiana, Kentucky, Texas, Missouri that are halting abortions immediately (can’t speak to ALL clinics in those states, but hearing from some) in response to SCOTUS decision. Also hearing Planned Parenthood has stopped abortions in Arkansas.— Sarah McCammon?? (@sarahmccammon) June 24, 2022LouisianaAbortion is illegal in Louisiana as of Friday after the landmark SCOTUS ruling. It’s one of 13 states in the U.S. with trigger laws in place, although most require a waiting period or further action for the bans to take effect.  Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards signed Louisiana’s trigger law on June 21 so that the reactive legislation “shall become effective immediately upon…any decision of the Supreme Court of the United States which overrules, in whole or in part, Roe …

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