Georgia Now Bans Late-Term Abortions After 20 Weeks

Today the Georgia Supreme Court upheld the dismissal of a challenge to Georgia’s 20-week fetal pain abortion bill that had kept the 2012 law passed by the Georgia General Assembly from being enforced for the last five years.

The fetal pain bill, so named because an unborn child can feel pain at 20 weeks, made most abortions after 20-weeks illegal.  During the lawsuit that lasted for the last five years, enforcement of this law has been on hold; but with the decision today, the law banning...

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