June Medical Services v. Gee, the arguments of extensive abortion cases in Louisiana, is scheduled to be heard within the next nine months by the Supreme Court. This Louisiana case is not capable of entirely eradicating Roe v. Wade, but can restrict the access of a majority of women in America to safe and legal abortions. June Medical asks the court to dismiss a Louisiana law that requires abortion doctors to have privileges of admission at a local hospital or clinic. If the current law is in place, all but one clinic is automatically excluded in Louisiana.
In Georgia, a federal magistrate blocked government legislation that would potentially have rendered abortion free from Roe v. Wade's abortion. House Bill 481 in Georgia is one of America's most stringent abortion bans. This legislation determines that an abortion can not take place after as little as six weeks of pregnancy if a fetal heartbeat is distinguished. The legislation does not have very many references to the mother's life during pregnancy. For many women, the legal abortion time passes before their pregnancy is established. The bill was reviewed by US District Justice Steve Jones and found to be breaching fundamental privacy rights.
The Supreme Court has consistently ruled that abortion before conception can not be prohibited, even if it was a democracy. In its decision Roe v. Wade claimed that preventive abortion was permitted. Jones interpreted the permitted time period to occur for weeks after the first fetal heart beats, and argued that Georgia's ban violates this established law straight away.
The planned parenthood, that started suing state officials in June, supports the decision of Jones on House Bill 481, which, with the relief of Roe against Wade, advances in the field of reproductive rights.