Protesters gather in response to abortion bans, more states pass restrictions

Protesters filled Georgia's capital after the state banned abortions once a heartbeat is detected.

Missouri's ban on abortions past 8 weeks took a step forward and is expected to become law.

Alabama's abortion law is barely a day old, but is already threatened with lawsuits.

The law makes abortions in the state illegal, unless they threaten the mother's life. Mothers and doctors could get life in prison. The law goes into effect in November.

But, the ACLU and Planned Parenthood intend to challenge it in court, which could delay the law's implementation.

The bill's sponsor says the bill was designed to go to the Supreme Court and challenge Roe v. Wade. The Supreme Court will have to agree to hear the case.

Many other states are passing abortion restrictions. Texas already has strict abortion legislation in place.

Even hyper-conservative Tomi Lahren doesn't like Alabama's abortion law.

"You don't encourage life with a blanket government mandate," she says.

She joins Southern Baptist Minister and 700-Club Host Pat Roberston in calling this legislation too much.