Thursday, May 9, 2019

Alabama: State Representative Rich Wingo is no longer a back door man

Rich Wingo is curently serving his second 4-year term in the Alabama House of Representatives.  According to a recent study, Wingo is a likely candidate for chronic traumatic encephalopathy

Photo credit:  The Alabama Legislature

As States Race to Limit Abortions, Alabama Goes Further, Seeking to Outlaw Most of Them.  (The New York Times, 5/8/2019)
Alabama’s measure would effectively ban most abortions at every stage of pregnancy, from conception on, and would criminalize the procedure for doctors. A doctor could be charged with a felony, and face up to 99 years in prison, for performing an abortion in most circumstances; a doctor could risk a 10-year prison term for attempting an abortion. Some exceptions were being considered, including provisions added to the measure on Wednesday that would allow abortions in cases of rape or incest.

This just in.

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