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Roe v. After Wade, the state will move quickly to ban abortion. Access will be as follows

Several states across the United Stateson Friday, hours after the Supreme Court voted to overturn the legal rights of access established by the Roe v. Wade case. 4} Moved swiftly to ban abortion. In the

13 states, there is a so-called "trigger method" in a book written to take effect as soon as a breakthrough case collapses. Some of these states did not waste time confirming that their bans had been enforced after Friday's ruling.

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The abortion being considered by pregnant women had already dealt with a nearly complete ban in Oklahoma and a ban in Texas after about six weeks. Clinics in at least five states, Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri, Wisconsin, and West Virginia, have suspended abortion after Friday's decision.

Let's see which states have moved to ban abortion following a court decision.

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Trigger method State

In states where the Trigger Act is in force, such as Texas, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Dakotas, and Idaho, the Attorney General must approve the enforcement of the ban.

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry confirmed that a state-triggered law banning all abortions was in force shortly after the Supreme Court's ruling.

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Oklahoma began the process of invoking the Trigger Act on Friday in other states, including Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia. About the trigger ban that they said they were starting work.

There are only a few laws with the exception of rape and incest, but most of the time their mother's life is theirs. If you are going to give birth, bet.

The only abortion clinic in Mississippi, which was at the center of Friday's cases, continued to see patients on Friday. Outside, the man used a loudspeaker to tell the people inside that he would burn in hell. Clinic escorts in colorful vests used large speakers to blow up Tom Petty'sI Won’t Back Down to protesters.

The state also has a trigger law, but the state's ban on abortion after 15 weeks was upheld by a Supreme Court ruling. Attorney General Lynn Fitch did not say whether she would move to enact a trigger ban.

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Pre-Abortion State

Wisconsin and West Virginia, the two states where the clinic stopped abortion after Friday's decision, both have legislation on books banning abortions dating back to the 1800s.

Clinics in these states said they had stopped abortion because of these laws. These laws are now at the center of new political and legal battles.

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Wisconsin Democratic Governor Tony Evers said on Friday that his efforts to lift the state ban are Republican-controlled parliament on Wednesday. Lamented being rejected by. But he and his democratic Attorney General vowed not to enact the law.

Another outlier is Michigan, which has a law dating back to 1931 that completely bans abortion but has not been enforced. Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer renewed her call to the State Supreme Court on Friday to abolish the law, promising not to enforce it if it remains.

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Meanwhile, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall said the "by court (not aborted)" law is complete. See the 1951 Abortion Ban, which is in force and prior to Roe.

Governor Kay Ivy also vowed to ask the judge to lift the injunction against the individual, almost complete ban on Alabama passed in 2019.

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Lower states that have recently passed an abortion ban blocked by another state with an abortion ban

The court is currently working to remove the injunction against these laws following the Supreme Court's ruling.

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The Georgia Attorney General bans abortion when fetal heartbeats are detected in the state's 2019 `` I submitted it to cancel my stay in the Heartbeat Bill. Five weeks after pregnancy, before knowing that many women are pregnant.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Benovich said a new 15-week abortion ban similar to Mississippi would come into effect within 90 days of the ruling. He did not mention whether his state's pre-law law banning all abortions would be enacted.

In Florida, books handed over in April are also banned for 15 weeks. Governor Ron DeSantis said the state would defend the bill from legal opposition in state court. The campaign is likely to succeed following the Supreme Court's ruling.

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Seems to restrict access to other states

Shortly after the court's decision was announced, Republican Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin said. He said he would seek a law banning most abortions 15 weeks after pregnancy, but the method is unknown. Such a bill would be passed in a very closely divided legislature.

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Other conservative states like Indiana, Nebraska, Kansas, now the Supreme Court has spoken. Showed that it works to limit abortion.

Kansas voters will consider a state-wide referendum in August to eliminate legal protection against abortion enshrined by the State Supreme Court.

Safe shelter

16 states and the District of Columbia are somehow The law that guarantees abortion passed in is a right protected under state law.

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Roe is more likely to overthrow, so at least seven of these laws have passed within the last two years I just did it. For example, Washington and Maryland protection laws will not come into force until July.

Friday's Democratic Governor of California, Washington, and Oregon, following a Supreme Court ruling, protects reproductive rights and assists women traveling to the West Coast for abortion. I swore.

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Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, said in a video statement announcing the plan with Governor of Oregon Kate Brown and Governor of Washington Jay Inslee. He said he was building a "West Coast crime" to protect access to reproductive medicine. The

states have announced a joint "Multiple State Commitment", stating that they will work together to protect patients and medical professionals who provide assisted reproductive technology.

They also promised to "protect from out-of-state investigations, investigations, arrests and the cooperation of judicial and local law enforcement agencies" regarding abortions in their states.

Liberal West Coast states anticipate an influx of people seeking abortion, especially as neighboring conservative states move to outlaws or severely limit procedures.

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