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The State of Alabama passed a near-total abortion ban Tuesday night.  The bill now heads to the Alabama Governor’s desk where Republican Governor Kay Ivey says she is undecided on whether or not she will sign it.  However, if she does veto the legislation, Republicans have the numbers to override said veto.  If passed this would be the nations strictest abortion law, banning all abortions except for in the case of the mother’s safety.  The bill would also make performing an abortion punishable by up to 99 years in prison.  Sponsors for the bill have outright said they hope this legislation will make its way to the supreme court where the new conservative majority will decided in its favor, effectively overturning Roe V. Wade. 

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