On Monday, in the first of two scheduled days set aside to hear oral arguments over Georgia’s Heartbeat Law, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney listened as pro-abortionists argued the law violates the Georgia Constitution’s right to privacy and liberty by “forcing pregnancy and childbirth upon countless Georgians.”
By contrast, in a court filing, the state attorney general’s office said Georgia’s privacy protections do not extend to abortion because it affects another “human life.”
“There is a third party involved,” Georgia Solicitor General Stephen Petrany told McBurney yesterday.
The 2019 law is currently being enforced, thanks to a July ruling from the 11th U.S.
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