According to Gov. Gordon, the new lawsuit against the 2023 law will push the judgement at least two years forward. Senator Cale Case (R-Lander) embellished this prediction saying ” ‘This bill is bad policy. It’s poorly written. It’s got the wrong motivation, and it’s the state of Wyoming exercising absolute power. That’s something we can’t do.” ‘

Kerry Drake’s opinion piece gives many reasons to suspect that the “abortion is not healthcare” claim will not stand up in court.

Gov. Gordon wants the Legislature to put the question in a constitutional amendment. If the Legislature were to follow his advice, abortion could be on the ballot for the 2024. Read more>>>


2023 abortion law raises more questions than the 2022 law

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