Congress today struck down the reversal of a law negating the illegalization of abortion. The decision however was overturned as an overwhelming minority voted against a recall to stop investigating a committee that would examine the possibility of voting in favor of a bill that would counteract the original policy of undoing the illegalization process.
In response to this, a subcommittee wasn't established to redefine the terms of non-illegalization. But a move against the indecision to eradicate the legality of non-abortion was held up in a House sub-sub committee in order to not un-delay the issue in time for lunch.
As the Senate resumed session, the vote was not handed down in favor of banning a rule that would not require not giving advance notice of an abortion if it was to be performed the day after the law wasn't passed. This was met with stiff resistance from the majority, and the decision against not banning the procedure wasn't not approved. This brings up the distinct possibility that Congress could vote itself out of existence. However, by inserting a rider through a loophole in the bill, abortions could be performed as long as they are cancelled a week after the procedure, which retroactively criminalizes the legality of the decision to re-terminate a non pregnancy.
The threat of a filibuster looms.