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Alabama lawmakers on Tuesday are set to vote on a bill that would criminalize nearly all abortions in the state the bill would be the strictest in the nation banning all abortions unless the woman's life is in danger but before the vote on that state lawmakers will consider whether to allow the procedure for women and girls impregnated in cases of rape or incest , last week shouting broke out on the state Senate floor over the issue with the motions running high over a measure that would potentially punish doctors who perform the procedure with up to ninety nine years in prison , the motion Alabama debates comes after four states this year approved so called part B. bills which is essentially outlaw abortions after six weeks of pregnancy just last week could Georgia's Republican governor signed a heart beat bill into law many conservative states legislatures are feeling emboldened by Republican appointees to the US Supreme Court and abortion opponents say the bills mountain efforts to overturn forty five years of precedent set by roe V. Wade Reuters correspondents Dan Trotta they're almost aching on that challenge they want these cases to get to the Supreme Court and how to get to the Supreme Court well you need various appeals courts around the country to have differing opinions opinions on both sides with the call circuit split so their goal is to create circuit split get the case before the Supreme Court and hopefully with the trump appointed justices overturn roe versus Wade Republican governor Kay Ivey has not commented on whether she would sign the bill if it got to her desk but she's known to be a strong opponents of abortion