Listen: Alabama, United States, Mallory Hagan discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"The tunnel. Route three south is slow getting onto Braintree. One twenty eight southbound tough going route nine all the way down into Westwood Mike king WBZ's traffic on the threes. We check the AccuWeather forecast. Mainly cloudy tonight. Although it says we've seen some of center late in the day. It will be milder tonight than recent nights. Probably stay fairly dry to a low of fifty one. But for tomorrow, more clouds and sun chance of a shower by sixty to partly cloudy tomorrow night, low of fifty Friday, mainly cloudy, another shower to possible high of sixty five and for Saturday times of clouds and sun warming up to getting into the upper sixties right now fifty nine degrees in Boston. This is WBZ News Radio. Ten thirty with the news watch never stops. Six forty four. It's a Wednesday evening. Good evening on Ben Parker. Top stories. Now, Alabama's governor signs the country's strictest abortion fan. We will have more in just a moment. President Trump tomorrow the outline his new immigration plan. You'll do it in the rose garden of Ashby dogs went around in Washington in their quest to build a casino at four men Charleston a Bishop attack at the north Quincy station. I take him before a judge today. The more now on our top story. The governor of Alabama has signed the nation's strictest abortion ban making performing an abortion of felony. In nearly all cases Jarrod Duncan in Montgomery says this law could wind up before the nation's highest court not that it's going to the supreme court necessarily. But there are a number of cases similar to this that are currently being fought and making their way, I guess to the supreme court and that ultimately is the goal when you look at these restrictive case. Cases, these restrictive laws in other states. This one again is the most restrictive Mallory Hagan was the democratic candidate for congress in Alabama last year. And although the former Miss America lost the two thousand eighteen election's. He's still politically active. She had wanted governor Kay Ivey to veto the Bill. I was so hopeful that our governor would give Alabama citizens the opportunity to at least appeal thinner. This has been less than twenty four hours since the Senate passed is still democratic state Senator Linda Coleman, Madison from Birmingham. So she hopes this awakens a sleeping giant of women voters in Alabama. Well, the birth rate is down way down, in fact, across all ethnic groups in this country. There were just under three point eight million children born in the US last year. I'm Gary non experts say the economic boom in the US has translated into a baby bust for the fourth year. The number of births among US women is down a lowest since the mid eighties. The US birth rate last year plunged to record lows for women in their teens. Twenty s why is somewhat of a mystery? It's unclear if women are delaying motherhood or foregoing it entirely. This also means the current generations not having enough children to replace it self."