MONTGOMERY, Alabama - The governor of the state of Alabama, Robert J. Bentley has just issued an emergency governor's proclamation regarding the teenage pregnancy epidemic that seems to be running rampant in every state in the nation.
The governor stated to the news media that the problem has gotten out of hand and he is going to meet the issue head on.
Governor Bentley said that the last straw was when he attended a high school basketball game in Tuscaloosa and saw that one of the cheerleaders was pregnant.
He asked the school's principal how far along the girl was and he was told that she was due to have her baby within the week.
The governor could not believe what he heard since the cheerleader, who was identified as Dandelion "Dandy" Watsonwiddy, 18, was jumping up in the air, doing the splits, and even did three somersaults in a row.
After meeting with the girls cheerleading teacher and getting Dandy removed from the cheerleading squad the governor met with the school district's superintendent.
He informed him that this situation where teenage girls are getting pregnant has got to stop and stop immediately.
The governor quickly implemented The Alabama State Teenage Pregnancy Bill which will go into effect on Friday, June 14.
The bill states that any unmarried teenage girl who gets pregnant after June 14, will be fined $900. She will also be placed in the state's home for wayward girls, where she will remain until her baby is six months old.
The bill will also prohibit the young mother from getting pregnant again until she turns 28.
SIDENOTE: According to American Spotlight Magazine about a dozen promiscuous Alabama girls have stated that they are moving to Mississippi as soon as possible.