A Missouri woman who is a follower of the Satanic Temple believes state abortion law goes against her religious beliefs, and she’s taken her case to court. Her case is now heading to the Missouri Supreme Court, after she won last week in the Western District Court of Appeals. According to The Kansas City Star, court documents show that the woman identified as Mary Doe argued her religion does not believe that life begins at conception. Therefore, she said what’s required for an abortion in Missouri violates

her First Amendment freedom of religion. The Cole County Circuit Court originally rejected Doe’s claims. The Kansas City Star reports that Doe had an abortion in May 2015 and had to comply with Missouri’s informed consent law.  It requires women to wait 72 hours before having an abortion, look at an ultrasound and sign a form which states they’ve read material that contains the line, “(t)he life of each human being begins at conception. Abortion will terminate the life of a separate, unique, living human being.” READ MORE