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On Wednesday, Wyoming will become the next state to protect babies from abortions.

Gov. Mark Gordon has taken necessary action to activate the state’s trigger law, enacted prior to the Supreme Court overturning Roe that would go into effect 30 days after any decision to overturn the infamous pro-abortion case. The new Wyoming abortion ban bans abortions except in cases of rape or incest or to protect the mother’s life.

Gordon signed the bill into law in March, anticipating Roe would be reversed. After the June 24th decision, Attorney General Bridget Hill reviewed the law to ensure it conforms with the high court’s ruling and Hill completed her review at the end of last week.

Gordon says the state will continue to help women and children. “I believe that the decision to regulate abortion is properly left to the states,” Gordon said in a statement. “As a pro-life governor, my focus will continue to be on ensuring we are doing all we can to support Wyoming mothers, children and families.”

Read more at Life News.

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16 days ago

Lets start banning baby killers. They believe in late term abortions. Lets make the term adulthood and abort them.

Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
15 days ago

Kudos to Wyoming for restoring decency and civility.