As legal scholars see it; Court, Congress, and the Human Life Statute
Sec. 1. The Congress finds that present day scientific evidence indicates a significant likelihood that actual human life exists from conception. The congress further finds that the 14th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States was intended to protect all human beings.
Upon the basis of these findings, and in the exercise of the powers of the Congress, including its power under Section 5 of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, the Congress hereby declares that for the purpose of enforcing the obligation of the States under the Fourteenth Amendment not to deprive persons of life without due process of law, human life shall be deemed to exist from conception, without regard to race, sex, age, health, defect, or condition of dependency; and for this purpose "person" shall include all human life as defined herein.
Sec. 2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no inferior federal court ordained and established by Congress under Article III of the Constitution of the United States shall have jurisdiction to issue any restraining order, temporary or permanent injunction, or declaratory judgment in any case involving or arising from any State law or municipal ordinance that (1) protects the rights of human persons between conception and birth or (2) prohibits, limits, or regulates (a) the performance of abortions or (b) the provision at public expense of funds, facilities, personnel, or other assistance for the perfomance of abortions.
Sec. 3. If any provision of this Act or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is judicially determined to be invalid, the validity of the remainder of the Act and the application of such provision to other persons an d circumstances shall not be affected by such determination.