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Missouri, Sr., Josh Hawley responds to the States and the adoption of restrictive abortion policy, and the details of his first Senate speech, the establishment called in America.
Senior Josh Hawley said that many member States are pushing the adoption of restrictive abortion measures in reaction to the “extremism” of pro-choice in States like New York and Virginia.
The Missouri Senate passed a bill to ban early Thursday, abortion, after eight weeks of pregnancy. The Republican-led Senate approved the legislation 24-10. It needs at least one more vote in the house of representatives, also led by Republicans, before he head to Republican Gov. Mike Parson’s Desk.
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The promotion of the bill comes just hours after Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, a Republican, signed into law a controversial bill, which is carrying out an abortion in any stage of pregnancy a crime with a prison sentence of 10 to 99 years or life imprisonment.
Kentucky, Mississippi, Ohio, and Georgia approved bans abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can happen, in the sixth week of pregnancy.
“It is a direct response … the extremism that we have seen in places like New York and Virginia,” Hawley, R-Mo., said on “Fox & Friends” on Thursday. “It’s just amazing how the extremism that we see. And I think you can see that these States respond.”
He said he has long believed that Roe v. Wade “wrongly decided” and the pro-life versus pro-choice debate should decide the voters in the individual States.
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“Democrat politicians are, in fact, the abortion advocate in the last weeks of pregnancy,” Hawley said. “These are the guidelines … that only a few countries in the world-such as Iran, such as China. We need to stop this kind of extremism.”
The Associated Press and Fox News’ Nicole Darrah contributed to this report.