Gov. Butch Otter on Thursday signed SB 1165 into law. The law bans abortion past 20 weeks on the basis that substantial medical evidence shows unborn babies feel pain acutely at that age."I am right-to-life, I have been a right-to-life candidate in government all my life," said Otter, according to Reuters. He told reporters that signing the bill was "the right thing to do." Idaho follows Kansas and Nebraska in enacting successfully a late-term abortion ban based on fetal pain. So far the bans have not been challenged in federal court.