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Wed May 15, 2019, 08:46 PM

Gov. Kay Ivey of Alabama has signed anti-abortion bill into law


So, all the rape victims have to give birth, including in case of incest.

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Reply Gov. Kay Ivey of Alabama has signed anti-abortion bill into law (Original post)
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Response to shenmue (Original post)

Wed May 15, 2019, 08:52 PM

1. Of Course She Did. Sometimes, Women are the Worst Misogynists

There is a special hot place with her name on it - right next to every one of the women-hating men who dreamed up & voted for this monstrous, Dark Ages bill.

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Wed May 15, 2019, 08:55 PM

2. To Hell with you in a hand(maiden's) basket.

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Wed May 15, 2019, 09:28 PM

3. Gov. Kay Ivey (from wikipedia)

She has been married twice. She has no children. she is an only child.

and of course, she is for the death penalty.......

Taking office and first months as Governor

In May 2017, Ivey signed into law:

-- a bill to speed up death-penalty appeals and hasten executions in Alabama.
-- a bill barring the removal of any monuments on public display, or the renaming of any public street or building, that had existed for 40 years or more effectively protecting the state's Confederate monuments.
-- a bill banning crossover voting (the practice of a voter casting a ballot in one party's primary election and then casting a ballot in other party's runoff elections).
-- a bill allowing faith-based adoption agencies to refuse to place children with gay couples. This bill was criticized by the Human Rights Campaign.

Roy Moore and the 2017 special election for U.S. Senate

-- After former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore won the Republican nomination for that U.S. Senate seat, The Washington Post published an article revealing allegations of sexual abuse against minors by Moore, which caused many Republican voters and groups in Alabama to withdraw their support for him.... Ivey stated on November 17 that although she had no reason to disbelieve the allegations, she intended to vote for Moore to protect the Republican majority in the U.S. Senate, a statement for which she was criticized

Firearm policy

In May 2018, Ivey signed a memo authorizing Alabama school administrators to have guns at schools if they qualified...

Abortion and women's rights

In August 2018, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling that blocked the Alabama Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Act, Ivey reflected on her support for the state law while serving as Lieutenant Governor and said that "we should not let this discourage our steadfast commitment to protect the lives of the unborn, even if that means taking this case to the U.S. Supreme Court." She furthered that the ruling "clearly demonstrates why we need conservative justices on the Supreme Court" and expressed her support for the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. On May 15, 2019, Ivey signed a bill into law that effectively bans abortion.

Health care policy

In March 2018, Ivey announced that Alabama would seek permission to put work or job-training requirements on the Medicaid benefits for roughly 75,000 able-bodied adults whose incomes were just a few hundred dollars a month. Ivey asserted that the work requirements would "save taxpayer dollars and will reserve Medicaid services for those that are truly in need of assistance


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