"Twelve states would immediately restrict abortion if Roe disappears, and others would be likely to impose significant new restrictions," reported Axios.
"Overruling Roe will not put an end to conflicts about abortion," Ziegler said before [ SCOTUS oral ] arguments began. "The right-to-life movement** is aiming for the recognition of personhood and the outlawing of every abortion, nationwide. Roe is just the beginning."
** Note: The unbiblical, incrementalist, Romish/ecumenical pro-life industry (e.g., National Right to Life, US Conference of [Roman] Catholic Bishops, et al.) has been the biggest hindrance and opponent and obstruction to establishing personhood. Personhood legislation has been filed continuously in the federal US Congress every year since 1994, and had at times been filed earlier than that.
Personhood legislation was first filed in the SC Legislature 22 years ago in 1998, and has been filed continuously every year since; current SC Personhood Bills are H3568 and S381 (scstatehouse.gov).
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