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Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves wont rule out prohibition of contraception

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Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves (right) on Sunday refused rule out the possibility that his state would ban certain forms of of contraception, bypassing questions about what will happen next if Rowe vs. Wade overturned.

On CNN’s State of the of Union”, Reeves confirmed that if the Supreme Court overruled Rowe vs. Wadea trigger law passed in Mississippi in 2007 will enter effect which effectively bans abortion in the state, although it makes exceptions for rape and for a life of in mother.

When asked if Mississippi could next goal use of contraceptives such as Plan B pills or intrauterine devices, Reeves countered, saying that was not what the state was focusing on. on “presently.”

“My view what’s this next phase of the pro-life movement is focused on helping those mothers who may have unexpected and unwanted pregnancies,” said Reeves. “And while I sure there will be talk around America regarding [contraceptives]it’s not that we spent a lot of focused on time on”.

Reeves’ comments came just days after Louisiana Republicans introduced a bill that would consider abortion to be murder and would grant a person constitutional rights “from the moment of fertilization”. That language could also restrict use of emergency contraception and other methods aimed at preventing the implantation of a fertilized embryo in uterus.

On Sunday, Reeves said he thinks “life begins at conception, “but constantly evaded answering whether he meant at the moment of fertilization of the egg or when the embryo attached to the uterus.

“I say, again, this is a debate that we can have after the actual court makes its decision, once the actual words are on page,” Reeves said. “We believe that the rollover of Caviar right decision court. So, in Mississippi, we don’t have – we don’t have laws on books that would lead arrest people or something like that.”

While Mississippi trigger abortion law will include exceptions for rape and for a life of in mother it does not include any exceptions for incest.

Reeves didn’t answer. directly to questions about whether the victims are of incest should be forced to carry a child term.

Reeves isn’t the only Republican leader looking for a coup of Caviar Can mean for the laws in their states. Many are struggling with question of whether to include exceptions for victims of rape and incest.

On ABC’s This Week, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (right) expressed concern about his state’s ban that makes exceptions. for women facing emergency medical care, but not for incidents of rape or incest.

“Every time I sign a law, I have stated that I would prefer that the exclusion of rape and incest be in there. And although we have trigger law I expect these exceptions to be a large part of debate in in future” Hutchinson said.

Rep. Nancy Mays (RS.C.), who supports restrictions on abortion, but who said out in in past about being a victim of rape, said she would support abortion law for victims of rape and incest.

“When you realize what happened in your life, trauma, emotional, mental, physical trauma in the life of a woman decision – she is should do it decision with her doctor and between her and her God,” Mace said. on CBS “Facing the Nation”. She noted that South Carolina law includes these exceptions after her speech. up about her rape.

issue It has also suggested Rep. Henry Cuellar of Texas, the only Democrat in the House of Representatives who opposes abortion, to clarify his position.

“My faith will not allow me too support a ruling that would criminalize teenage victims of rape and incest,” Cuellar said. in recent statement. “The same faith allow me too support decision that will mother choose between your life and the life of your child.

deafening leak of draft decision of the Supreme Court to set aside Caviar prompted Senate Democrats to set up a vote this week to codify abortion rights into federal law — an effort that is expected to fail to get 60 votes it is necessary to overcome the filibuster and pass.

“I think the question voters will be asking is… who should Do this decision? Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-Minnesota) said Sunday. on “This Week” on ABC. “Should it be a woman and her doctor or a politician? Should it be [Sen.] Ted Cruz [(R-Tex.)] doing it decision or a woman and her family? Where are women equal rights?

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (New York) who was among many Democrats, call for filibuster must be eliminated pass abortion rights legislation with only 50 votes called it “the biggest fight of generation”.

“If America people – America women and men who love them not fight right now we will lose basic the right to make decisions to have bodily autonomy and decide what our future looks like like” Gillibrand said on Sunday. on CNN “State of Union.”

She is also said issue would on vote in By-elections in November.

“We need make sure that every voter understands that the Republican Party and [Senate Minority Leader] Mitch McConnell [(R-Ky.) do] do not believe that their daughters, that their mothers, that their sisters have the right to build a life and-death decisions”, – said Gillibrand. “We half-citizens in accordance with this resolution. And if it is enshrined in law, then changes in foundation of America.”

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