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Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization is scheduled for oral argument on Wednesday. This case concerns a Mississippi ban on abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy. However, the law does allow particular circumstances such as medical emergencies and severe fetal abnormality.

Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the only licensed abortion provider in the state, challenges the law in the supreme court, arguing that it is unconstitutional under the Supreme Court’s cases. 

“The Mississippi Legislature enacted this law consistent with the will of its constituents to promote women’s health and preserve the dignity and sanctity of life,” Lynn Fitch, the state’s Republican attorney general, said in a statement. “I remain committed to advocating for women and defending Mississippi’s legal right to protect the unborn.”

A Baby’s Heartbeat is a Mother’s Blessing

Last month, the supreme court heard challenges regarding a six-week abortion ban, known as the Heartbeat bill, that went effect on September 1 in Texas.

Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves goes on Meet The Press and defends the abortion restrictions Mississippi has passed.

If the state of Mississippi wins this case, this could mean the end of Roe vs. Wade.

Liberals fear that the court will renounce and overturn the rulings of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey. They know that if it were to occur, abortions in America would drop drastically.

Twenty-one states are ready to place laws banning all or nearly all abortions if Roe and Casey are defeated.

We need to keep our eyes on the Mississippi hearing this week as it will determine the fate of many precious lives of the unborn children we fight for.


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