Roe v. Wade Overturned

Praise God that Row V Wade has been overturned by the Supreme Court. This is most definitely a constitutional friendly ruling by the Supreme Court, our 10th amendment allows states to have certain rights in making laws that they deem important. Probably the best part of this ruling will allow local individuals to talk to their local state legislatures to further limit abortion. There is a far greater chance to influence our state legislatures then to influence the entirety of Congress and most definitely of the Senate of the United States. The goal is simple, every state needs to limit or do away with abortion and we can finally be free of the feeding of the evil spirit of Molech.

New State Abortion Laws Put Supreme Court Under the MicroscopePro-life reforms in Arkansas, Montana, Arizona raise direct challenge to Roe precedent

A bevy of state laws restricting abortion are ratcheting up the pressure on the Supreme Court to reconsider the lawfulness of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.

Arkansas passed a sweeping ban on any abortion performed in the state with an exception for those performed to save the health of the mother. The law marks the latest in a line of states considering or passing legislation intended to chip away at legal access to abortion. Pro-life advocates say that a conservative majority on the Supreme Court represents an opportunity for a post-Roelandscape in which abortion laws are returned to state governments, rather than established by the the federal judiciary. Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson (R.) said that his state’s legislation is directly intended to prompt the court to reevaluate Roe. “I signed it because it is a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade,” Hutchinson said. “I think there’s a very narrow chance that the Supreme Court will accept that case, but we’ll see.”