The state of Wyoming is making the national headlines, this time for the good of the country, unlike the Liz Cheney debacle.
Finally, a blood-stained country that has been drenched in aborted baby blood has started to correct its course all due thanks to the state of Wyoming. Due to Cody Republican Rachel Rodriguez-Williams’ actions, a “trigger bill” that halts if not bans needless abortions will go into effect in about 30 days once the Wyoming Governor Mark Godron certifies the bill. Already nationwide, at least twelve states have such “trigger laws,” making the Equality State the 13th state to accomplish this.
According to Legislative voting records, State Sen. Tim French (R-Powell) co-sponsored Rodriguez-Williams’ bill. In addition, Rep. Sandy Newsome (R-Cody) and Rep. John Winter (R-Thermopolis) both voted in favor of the bill in the house.
Rep. Rachel Rodriguez-Williams (R-Cody) was instrumental in leading the state to correct a historical wrong. The United States Supreme Court reversed Row Vs. Wade, due to a case called Dobbs Vs. Jackson.
Rodriguez-Williams sponsored the HB92-Abortion Prohibition, initially drafted by Rep. Chip Neiman, which prohibits all abortions except in cases of rape, incest, or if the mother’s life is in danger.
The Jackson, Wyoming’s only abortion clinic will be out of business, according to sources close to the Jackson abortion clinic.
The Health and Family Care in Jackson has murdered countless babies all in the name of “Abortion” and, like the “pink pussy brigade” slogan states, “My life, my body” But now, finally, the baby’s life and body will be protected.
Joining forces with Rep, Rodriguez-Williams was none other than State Sen. Tim French (R-Powell) co-sponsored Rodriguez-Williams’ bill. In addition, Rep. Sandy Newsome (R-Cody) and Rep. John Winter (R-Thermopolis) all voted in the house supporting the bill.
The Wyoming Governor, in a press release, said he believed that “Today’s Supreme Court decision is a decisive win for those who have fought for the rights of the unborn for the past 50 years,” “I signed Wyoming’s prohibition on abortion bill because I believe that the decision to regulate abortions should be left to the states.”
Wyoming follows the states of Idaho, North Dakota, Utah, and South Dakota, which all have established “trigger laws.” Abortions will still probably occur but will be restricted and, in some cases, totally banned. Finally, America is correcting an evil that has plagued the U.S.A.