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NY State 'Abortion' Law essentially Codifies Roe & Doe

Christians for Life and Liberty ( CLL )
aka Columbia Christians for Life ( CCL )
Columbia, South Carolina
February 1, 2019

NY State 'Abortion' Law essentially Codifies Roe & Doe; However, Post-Roe Laws in Six States, and Pre-Roe Laws in at least Six Other States would already Ban all or most 'Abortions' if Roe overturned NY State 'Abortion' [ Child-Murder ] Law signed by Jesuit-educated [ Fordham University ], Roman Catholic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo
FOX News
'New York is latest state pushing abortion laws amid fears Roe vs. Wade will be overturned'

January 30, 2019 [ emphasis added ]


World Net Daily
- Writer believes bigger issue is Christians' complicity in tragedy 
Jan 30, 2019
[ CLL: emphasis, comments added ]

 "This law in New York broke no new ground in terms of when a fully-formed, viable preborn baby can be legally killed.  Nothing has changed. [ CLL: What has changed is it is now codified in a State's law ]  Let's be clear: The United States has one of the most permissive and barbaric abortion laws of any country in the world."

"The only reason this horrendous law [ CLL: sic - Supreme Court Opinion ] still stands is not because of the few atheists among us. It's because those of us who called ourselves Christians have permitted it."
[ CLL: Amen ! ]

"In Roe, the court ruled abortions legal for any reason up to the third trimester of a pregnancy.  A subsequent case changed that to simple "viability."  After viability, abortions are permitted in New York, and everywhere in this country, only if the life or health of the mother is in danger." 

"Here's the rub: Doe, the companion case, further defined health of the mother to include the terms such as "emotion, psychological" and "familial." ... Therefore, Doe makes any effort to protect a viable child, up to the actual moment of birth, useless."


CLL Note: There are other important aspects of this new "abortion" law passed by the N.Y. State Legislature and signed into law January 22, 2019 by Jesuit-educated Roman Catholic Governor Andrew Cuomo, but the big picture is this is basically, essentially, codification of the US Supreme Court Opinions, Roe v Wade (1973) and Doe v Bolton (1973), into a State's statutory law.
For States which, unlike New York, seek to uphold the Creator God-given unalienable right to life ( we were CREATED by God, we did not EVOLVE !!! ), let them establish justice by passing principled Personhood legislation, establishing Personhood at fertilization with NO EXCEPTIONS for all human beings

States with laws still on the books that would ban abortion
July 12, 2018

[ CLL: excerpts, emphasis, comments added ]
"Four states ­ Louisiana, Mississippi, North Dakota and South Dakota ­ already have laws designed to prohibit most abortions if the Roe ruling were overturned."

[ CLL: The list above is incomplete; two other States, Missouri (2005) and Kansas (2013) also have "trigger" laws which would establish unborn children as persons at fertilization if Roe overturned,with NO EXCEPTIONS. ]

"Several other states have laws adopted before the Roe ruling that ban many abortions and that have not been removed from their statutes. It’s unclear whether those laws automatically would take effect if the Roe precedent were overturned. Some state courts also have ruled that abortion rights [ CLL: sic - there is no "right" to child-murder ] are protected under their state’s constitution."

"Here’s a look at some states with old abortion laws still on the books or with newer laws that could be triggered if Roe were reversed:"

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1) ALABAMA (pre-Roe): ( except life or health of mother )

2) ARIZONA (pre-Roe): ( except life of the mother )

3) ARKANSAS (pre-Roe): No exceptions

4) LOUISIANA (2006): ( except life or serious health of mother )

5) MASSACHUSETTS (pre-Roe): No exceptions [ recent activity to change this in Massachusetts ]

6) MICHIGAN (pre-Roe): ( except life of the mother )

7) MISSISSIPPI (2007): ( except life of the mother, or in case of rape )

8) NEW MEXICO (pre-Roe): ( except life, serious physical or mental health of mother, in cases of rape and incest, and grave physical or mental defect of child ) [ recent activity to change this in New Mexico ]

9) NORTH DAKOTA (2007): ( except life, or in cases of rape and incest )

10) OKLAHOMA (pre-Roe): ( except life of the mother )

11) RHODE ISLAND (post-Roe 1973): ( except life of the mother ) [ recent activity to change this in Rhode Island ]

12) SOUTH DAKOTA (2005): ( except life of the mother )

13) WEST VIRGINIA (pre-Roe): ( except life of the mother )

[ CLL: The list above is incomplete; two other States, Missouri (2005) and Kansas (2013) also have"trigger" laws which would establish unborn children as persons at fertilization if Roe overturned. ]

 US News
'States With Laws Still on the Books That Would Ban Abortion' July 12, 2018


 [ Pro-"Abortion" ] Guttmacher Institute

'Abortion Policy in the Absence of Roe' 


 FOX News

'New York is latest state pushing abortion laws amid fears Roe vs. Wade will be overturned' January 30, 2019

[ CLL: excerpts, emphasis, comments added ]

New York, which last week passed a controversial law loosening the rules on abortion, is just the latest state to do so, as advocates say they fear the newly cemented U.S. Supreme Court could overturn Roe v. Wade.

New Mexico, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Virginia, and Washington have either passed new laws expanding abortion access or are moving toward stripping old laws from the books that limit abortions.

The loosening of the laws comes as pro-choice [ CLL: sic - pro-"abortion" ] activists fear the newly conservative Supreme Court will overturn the 1973 ruling that made abortions legal.

New York Governor [ CLL: Jesuit-educated Roman Catholic ] Andrew Cuomo made a reference to the Trump administration and the new Supreme Court makeup in his comments last week after signing the " Reproductive Healthcare Act," which allows abortions for any reason up to 24 weeks, and up to birth to protect a woman's life or health as determined by a healthcare professional. The law also allows non-doctors to perform the procedure.


"We are sending a clear message that whatever happens in Washington, women in New York will always have the fundamental right to control their own body," Cuomo said.

Rhode Island introduced a bill of the same name that would lift abortion restrictions on the books, including one that requires a husband's notification.

And with a Louisiana abortion clinic challenging a state law, in a case similar to a 2016 Texas law, abortion advocates worry the case will land in the high court and put an end to Roe v. Wade, especially with Justice Neil Gorsuch and Justice Brett Kavanaugh now on the bench. Both are Trump appointees.

The Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the largest abortion provider [ CLL: sic - perpetrator ] in the nation, expects over half the states to push for policies protecting and expanding abortion or expanding birth-control access as the Trump administration tries to curtail both.

Either way, states are preparing -- just in case.

New Mexico is moving to repeal a 50-year-old abortion law that makes it a crime for an abortion provider [ CLL: sic - perpetrator ] to terminate a woman's pregnancy but is unenforceable due to Roe v. Wade.

If Roe v. Wade were overturned, 16 states could take steps to ban abortion. Four [ CLL: sic - Six ] have laws that would trigger bans, while 12 others have anti-abortion laws on the books that have been ruled unconstitutional by courts or have not been enforced due to the 1973 Supreme Court decision, according to the Guttmacher Institute, a pro-choice [ CLL: sic - pro-"abortion" ] research organization.

Opposition to the Trump administration's pro-life policies has galvanized pro-choice [ CLL: sic - pro-"abortion" ] activists. After New York passed its law, pro-life supporters have seen a new wave of support in other states.

But each state is different and must decide for itself what to do with a possible decision in the near future.

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