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Emmanuelle Chriqui

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  • #HappyFriday #shabbatshalom❤️ wishing you all a beautiful weekend ahead and don’t forget tomorrow’s full moon.. release what no longer serves you and call in your hearts desires 👌🏽💋🌟 photo by @jensler43
  • #HappyFriday #shabbatshalom❤️ wishing you all a beautiful weekend ahead and don’t forget tomorrow’s full moon.. release what no longer serves you and call in your hearts desires 👌🏽💋🌟 photo by @jensler43
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Target: Roe V. Wade

Alabama’s state Senate just passed the strictest abortion bill in the nation. It effectively bans all abortion, even in cases of rape and incest. GOP Gov. Kay Ivey is expected to sign it into law.

Details: The bill permits abortion only when the mother’s life is in danger. In all other cases an abortion would be a felony. Under the new law, women who seek illegal abortions wouldn’t be jailed but doctors who perform them face up to 99 years in prison. That’s a longer sentence than for rape or manslaughter.

Opponents say: Women will always seek abortions; restricting access only drives despreate pregnant women to unsafe, underground options. The bill strips women of the right to control their bodies and disproportionately affects poor women and women of color who are less likely to afford out of state abortions. The bill was passed by 25 white men in the Alabama Senate, where only 4 women hold seats. (Note the bill was introduced by a woman in the Al House.) • Supporters Say: Rep Terri Collins who sponsored the Al bill: “An unborn baby is a person who deserves love and protection.” With Justice Kavanaugh replacing moderate Justice Anthony Kennedy this is the most anti-abortion Supreme Court in the modern era and the right time to challenge Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision that legalized abortion in America. By almost entirely banning abortion, the Al bill presents the best opportunity to overturn or chip away at the protections established by Roe. • National Trend: Six states passed laws that ban abortion at 6 weeks, once a fetal heartbeat is detected -- so early, in some cases, women don’t yet know they’re pregnant then. (The laws haven’t taken effect or are blocked by courts.) There’s a trend in the other direction as well: the Kansas Supreme Court recently ruled that the state’s consitution protects a woman’s right to choose abortion. Abortion rights supporters see this as a path for similiar court rulings in other states. • Note: The Alabama law has NOT gone into effect. Even if signed by the gov, it’ll likely be stayed while it works its way through the courts.
#news #newsnotnoise #alabamaab
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    Target: Roe V. Wade

    Alabama’s state Senate just passed the strictest abortion bill in the nation. It effectively bans all abortion, even in cases of rape and incest. GOP Gov. Kay Ivey is expected to sign it into law.

    Details: The bill permits abortion only when the mother’s life is in danger. In all other cases an abortion would be a felony. Under the new law, women who seek illegal abortions wouldn’t be jailed but doctors who perform them face up to 99 years in prison. That’s a longer sentence than for rape or manslaughter.

    Opponents say: Women will always seek abortions; restricting access only drives despreate pregnant women to unsafe, underground options. The bill strips women of the right to control their bodies and disproportionately affects poor women and women of color who are less likely to afford out of state abortions. The bill was passed by 25 white men in the Alabama Senate, where only 4 women hold seats. (Note the bill was introduced by a woman in the Al House.) • Supporters Say: Rep Terri Collins who sponsored the Al bill: “An unborn baby is a person who deserves love and protection.” With Justice Kavanaugh replacing moderate Justice Anthony Kennedy this is the most anti-abortion Supreme Court in the modern era and the right time to challenge Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision that legalized abortion in America. By almost entirely banning abortion, the Al bill presents the best opportunity to overturn or chip away at the protections established by Roe. • National Trend: Six states passed laws that ban abortion at 6 weeks, once a fetal heartbeat is detected -- so early, in some cases, women don’t yet know they’re pregnant then. (The laws haven’t taken effect or are blocked by courts.) There’s a trend in the other direction as well: the Kansas Supreme Court recently ruled that the state’s consitution protects a woman’s right to choose abortion. Abortion rights supporters see this as a path for similiar court rulings in other states. • Note: The Alabama law has NOT gone into effect. Even if signed by the gov, it’ll likely be stayed while it works its way through the courts.
    #news #newsnotnoise #alabamaab
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  • I mean I just want a bit of this little ones swag! #happyhumpday
  • I mean I just want a bit of this little ones swag! #happyhumpday
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  • Suns out and I am REALLY happy!
Happy Sunday all!🌈💕🌟💋
  • Suns out and I am REALLY happy!
    Happy Sunday all!🌈💕🌟💋
  •  11,801  152  5 May, 2019
  • This about sums up how we roll since the first time I met you @lancebass ALWAYS up for a good time no matter what, heart of gold and brother for life.. I love you more than I can say.. Happiest 40th to literally one of the most special people on the planet ❤️❤️❤️❤️
  • This about sums up how we roll since the first time I met you @lancebass ALWAYS up for a good time no matter what, heart of gold and brother for life.. I love you more than I can say.. Happiest 40th to literally one of the most special people on the planet ❤️❤️❤️❤️
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