Alabama’s 20 week abortion ban went into effect on August 31st, making it the 5th state in the nation to ban pre-viability abortions, and anti-choice activists show that the the terms “legal” and “constitutional” don’t always mean the same thing.
Via the Washington Times:
Alabama on Thursday officially became the fifth state in the nation to restrict abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, the latest in a wave of new state efforts to curb the practice this year.
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The ban is technically legal simply because hasn’t been challenged in court so far. Idaho may be the first to change that.