Judge blocks Indiana abortion ban week after it took effect


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Judge blocks Indiana abortion ban week after it took effect


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  1. The judge wrote “there is reasonable likelihood that this significant restriction of personal autonomy offends the liberty guarantees of the Indiana Constitution” and that the clinics will prevail in the lawsuit.

  2. Why is abortion banned but if you are rich enough you can “kill” multiple “babies” in the process of in-vitro and even “select out” some “eggs” if too many take? Please explain to me how a woman cannot get proper care for a miscarriage under these strict laws without showing she is dying (consult your county and lawyer first) but you can select embryos for implantation when lots of them don’t make it to being a “life?” When are we going to admit that these laws are not enforceable or even advised and the woman needs to make these decisions based on their individual circumstances with the support of her medical team? Whether it is to have a child or not have a child? To save their own life or create a life in a Petri dish? This cannot be legislated.

  3. These “Protection at Conception” people have no idea about conception and implantation rates, etc. They’d be making most heterosexual couples guilty of probably dozens of cases of negligent homicide. And preventing those homicides would cost more than our defense budget.

    They feel very strongly, but they don’t think strongly.

  4. Fingers crossed this judge is right but I really don’t have any confidence that the Supreme Court won’t side with the pro-birth extremists.

  5. You all probably haven’t been to Owen County but FYI it is rural-rural. As an Indiana resident this gives me hope that there are more people willing to stand up for bodily autonomy in our state than I had previously thought

  6. It’s interesting watching states realize that while the Constitution doesn’t have an explicit right to privacy, a lot of state constitutions do. They used to be really popular with Republicans, before they became a full authoritarian party.

  7. According to the BIBLE, life begins at first breath. First breath occurs shortly after birth. There is no biblical argument for abortion. Also relevant is the fact that god does not exist.

  8. If you passed a law that said all green eyed people could be shot on sight abd looked long enough you’d find a judge who would uphold it. If you passed a law saying the dollar is the currency of the USA and shopped long enough you could find a judge who would issue an order blocking it.