Federal judge blocks Mississippi abortion law

Federal judge blocks Mississippi abortion law

A federal judge on Friday blocked a Mississippi law that would ban abortions once an embryonic heartbeat is detected. Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed the so-called ’hearbeat bill’ into law in March, and the measure had been due to take effect on July 1. The measure would prevent a woman’s free choice, ’which is central to personal dignity and autonomy’ the judge wrote.

steve winn
steve winn 1 year

so a racist sjw organization and a baby killing mill said it is immoral to prevent baby killing after heartbeat is detected 🤣. oh and they said i''s dangerous, to who? law makes it much safer for the baby.

Barra Cudda
Barra Cudda 1 year

I didnt know federal judges were the actual ruling class of america. It seems to be every other day we hear about some judge somewhere taking control of everything.

Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 1 year

Activist courts blocking the elected legislative branch, nothing new, time to fight it all the way to SCOTUS.

Sir_Kutz 1 year


Wino-wisdom 1 year

That picture "abortion is healthcare" is disturbing... In this day and age, with so many good families waiting on looong lists to adopt, people STILL want to murder innocent little girls and boys

Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 1 year

Activist courts blocking the elected legislative branch.

Mitchell 1 year

"Abortion is Healthcare" Pregnancy is a disease to these people.

Noneya Bizness
Noneya Bizness 1 year

So it begins.

PhilNye 1 year

The lower courts have to follow precedence which at this point is Roe vs. Wade. Only the supreme court can overturn this and so all your right-wing people out their need to stop bitching, there is a thing called the rule of law which supposedly we value in the country.

Naidu VGA
Naidu VGA 1 year

Let's play Snakes n Ladders shall we.

M.Twain 1 year

This is what the folks who are passing these laws wanted. It's the only way to get the matter before the Supreme Court. It's all about checks and balances, yet some here seem to want to go to strict authoritarian control and abolish the courts. There does seem to be a correlation between that thinking and followers of Christianity.

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