I am morally and ethically against abortion in nearly all circumstances. I have stated before, Roe v Wade was never an 'abortion' case, it was a privacy case, it has been twisted to be what it is today.
Now, I have also said for years that to attack Roe v Wade it must be done in a different way and not passed as law by a state's legislative branch. This should have always been in the hands of the citizens to vote on. This doesn't mean I support abortion at all, it means I believe the power resides with the citizens and not in the hands of what is overwhelmingly men who pass laws.
For those who have not read Roe v Wade the decision was based on the 14th Amendment and the right to privacy, not as a right to kill. The Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution provides a fundamental "right to privacy" that protects a pregnant woman's liberty to choose whether or not to have an abortion.
I believe these laws SHOULD hold upto a SCOTUS challenge; DECEMBER, 1872. THE POWER OF THE JUDICIARY TO DECLARE A LAW UNCONSTITUTIONAL - The judiciary has no power to declare a law unconstitutional unless it conflicts with some provision of the State or Federal Constitution.