Listen: US Supreme Court, Kentucky And Mike Pence discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"In mind. First of all the federal appeals court at US supreme court. Do have to weigh in for this law to be enforced. Also want to point out that this kind of procedure has not been performed, according to state research or state documents has not been performed since two thousand fifteen in that year that were eight procedures like this. So, you know, it's it's not as though this has been happening frequent of late, but they wanted to get something on the books. Veasley Ryan two guys talking about abortion is going to raise the hair of some. Folks, which is fine. But I wonder how the law is written. Are there any provisions that allow a doctor to perform an abortion of any kind if the mother's life is in danger, or does this law not take that into account doesn't specifically address that in this particular law that's been put into effect? And I'm sure that it's something that's being discussed. Then when this goes to court, how does this fit in within the scope of other reason abortion laws mentioned Kentucky, Georgia Ohio here in Washington? The state attorney general sued the Trump administration over some issues of funding and how Planned Parenthood can be funded. We're seeing this in a lot of states right now Kentucky has some legislation going through when you when you look at this procedure. Specifically, you've see a lot of states that have introduced it. And it has failed to pass some states where it has passed still under law review as we're seeing in North Dakota right now, so not necessarily sweeping changes nationwide. But a lot of state. Legislators have taken this up in warm, former another and either run into a roadblock where tied up right now in the legal system, any reaction from the White House. The Trump administration or vice President Mike Pence who's a strong advocate of ending abortions."