Abortion industry appears reticent to challenge fetal pain laws

Jivin J over at JillStanek.com writes:

Politico has an article on the reason why pro-choice organizations aren’t challenging fetal pain laws banning abortion after 20 weeks:

Republican legislatures across the country are passing tough new anti-abortion laws – and while abortion rights advocates believe the new laws are unconstitutional, they’re not rushing to court to stop them.

The reason: There’s a decent chance they’d lose….

The Center for Reproductive Rights, a stalwart defender of abortion rights, says that the law ranks lower down in its priorities since it only regulates a small number of procedures that occur later in the pregnancy.

Strange, they didn’t have that problem when it came to partial-birth abortion

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