Supreme Court Ignites Final Countdown in Texas
Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court. Their decision gives individual states the authority to determine for themselves whether or not abortion should be permitted. A large number of red states wasted little time in getting to work to carry out long-planned restrictions. The verdict will be handed down by the court on Tuesday, and as of right now, the countdown has been set at 30 days.
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On Tuesday, the Supreme Court handed down its final decision in the Roe v. Wade case, which was unanimously negative. As soon as that was published, the clock began ticking for the states that had trigger laws since it prevented further appeals or rehearings. A statute that had been previously passed in Texas would become active (be “triggered”) in the event that Roe was struck down by the Supreme Court.
Despite the fact that they revealed their choice some weeks ago, the official ruling was not published until this week. The countdown to the new law’s entry into force will begin on Tuesday and continue for a full month. In its current form, abortion is already illegal in the state of Texas. Even after Roe v. Wade, an older law remained on the books and was never changed.
That law, which imposes a sentence of two years to five years in prison and a fine on anyone who carries out abortions, is now again in effect. However, the trigger law is significantly more strict. Those who intentionally carry out the act of abortion risk being charged with a criminal of the first degree They could face anywhere from five years to life in jail as well as a fine of $100,000. The proposal would outlaw abortions in all circumstances save life-threatening ones, putting a stop to the abortion business in Texas.
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Laws in some other states are comparable to these. Proponents of abortion have been frantically working to stop or prevent these laws in their tracks. In certain instances, liberal activist courts have provisionally halted the enforcement of these statutes for reasons that are debatable. As can be seen, the battle against abortion is not even close to being ended.