In the lead-up to the biggest Supreme Court ruling on abortion in 50 years, local leaders certainly aren't sitting around waiting on the justices. Four states inked brand new pro-life protections into law this last week: Kentucky (thanks to a legislative override), Arizona, Oklahoma, and Florida—all significantly limiting the window when it's legal to have an abortion. Governor Kevin Stitt (R-Okla.), who was the latest target of the White House's ire, joked, "I know I'm doing something right when this administration criticizes the laws that we're passing." For a behind-the-scenes look at what put his state's bill over the finish line, don't miss Stitt's conversation with Tony Perkins on this week's "Washington Watch."
The Fantastic Four: Several States Push Life across the Finish Line
April 19, 2022