"Positive laws are those laws which permit or oblige action, whereas negative laws are those which permit or oblige inaction. These permissions or obligations may be of either a legal or moral character. Likewise, the notion of positive and negative rights may be applied to either liberty rights or claim rights, either permitting one to act or refrain from acting, or obliging others to act or refrain from acting."
A law which says that you may NOT perform abortions under most circumstances does NOT mandate abortions under any circumstance, so your lack of logic shows, once more.
The Catholic Church, and all of her Bishops in America, would have absolutely no problem with a Human Life Amendment which included “rape, incest and life of the mother” exceptions, if no better law had a chance of passage.
They would THEN work for a better law.
You can not find a SINGLE Catholic Bishop who agrees with your take on legislative or political strategy.
Also ANSWER THE QUESTION:
Should late term abortion bans, in other states, be repealed, under your very warped view of morality?
If late term abortion restrictions would be “immoral” in Kansas, should New York repeal there late term abortion restrictions?
Crickets chirping -——