The measure, which makes no exceptions for victims of rape or incest, permits abortion only when necessary to save a mother's life.
The bill was specifically designed to challenge more than 40 years of federal abortion protection under Roe v. Wade. The bill's sponsor said its purpose was to get the Supreme Court to "revisit" their decision in the landmark 1973 case.
It now goes to the desk of Gov. Kay Ivey, a Republican, who has not indicated whether she will sign the legislation. If she does, it would be the strictest abortion law in the country.
The White House hasn't made nominations for 132 key posts, including the top jobs at the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. And there are 138 nominees awaiting confirmation by the Senate.
"What we have seen is unprecedented, with consistent vacancies across the government," said the head of a non-partisan non-profit that tracks presidential appointments.
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