Wisconsin’s attorney general wants to speed-up his challenge to Wisconsin’s abortion law.
A-G Josh Kaul yesterday asked a Dane County judge to rule immediately on Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban. Kaul wants the judge to declare the law unenforceable. That would fast track the case for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Now that the court has a liberal majority, the court is expected to agree that the law that bans most abortions in the state is unenforceable. The judge in the case in Dane County has hinted she will strike the law down, saying Wisconsin’s pre-Roe law only applies to babies that are viable outside the womb.