Listen: Wade, Roe And Mary Ziglar discussed on KNX Programming
"Nation's toughest restrictions on abortion, one of the sponsors of the law tells KNX he hopes it's the undoing of Roe versus Wade. The supreme court ruling that said abortion is a constitutional, right? Alabama Representative rich window says a lot has changed since that ruling Forty-six years ago. Over the years, tried to challenge v. Wade through the back door. They've tried, you know, the Seattle heartbeat monitoring. There's been a number of ways that row has has been challenged over the years, but never like this. We've honestly tried to go straight through the front door and let them know that, hey we're, we're coming after row. But Florida State University law professor Mary Ziglar tells k next the Alabama law is too extreme, and too soon for the high court justices. Probably over a series of more incremental decisions overruling Roe rather than doing something immediate future. I would guess that Roe v. Wade will be overturned at some point, but I think not as soon as lawmakers are betting Ziglar says the fate of Roe v Wade will hinge on a great deal on decisions made by chief Justice. John roberts. What was it that"