Alabama State Senate has passed the most stringent abortion law in the United States. The deputies voted on Tuesday (local time) for a new regulation that abortions are prohibited even after rape or incest. Doctors face life imprisonment in the event of a violation. Republican governor Kay Ivey still has to sign the bill for it to come into force. It is expected that the law will be challenged before the Supreme Court.
The bill makes abortion a crime for which doctors are between ten and 99 years imprisoned. Abortion is therefore only legal if the life of the mother is in danger or the fetus has an incurable disease. On Twitter, not only women are running against the abortion law in Alabama storm.