Historical US Supreme Court overturned Rule vs. Wade Which in 1973 the same court legalized abortion in the United States of America. Now, therefore, individual states would be free to apply their laws to the matter. “The Constitution does not grant the right to an abortion.” This is what we read in the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. valley. The decision was made by a divided court, with 6 votes in favor and 3 against.
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“The Constitution does not grant the right to an abortion.” This is what we read in the ruling of the Supreme Court. The decision was made by a divided court, with 6 votes in favor and 3 against. “Unfortunately, many women have lost basic constitutional protections today. We disagree,” say liberal justices Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan and Stephen Breyer.
Biden: A sad day for the United States
President of the United States Joe Biden He spoke at a press conference: “Today is a sad day for the Supreme Court and the country. The US Supreme Court ruled to revoke a constitutional right. Overturning the ruling is a tragic mistake caused by the extremist ideology that dominates the US Supreme Court. Now the health and life of the woman is in danger.” Then Joe Biden appealed to Capitol Hill to restore the Roe v. Wade ruling on the right to abortion as a federal law, after it was overturned by the US Supreme Court. Now the ball goes to Congress. Abortion right and personal freedoms are at stake ‘on the ballot’ in the next few years elections From mid-termJoe Biden said he called on voters to mobilize in the November vote to elect representatives who can defend the right to terminate pregnancy and other individual liberties. “By aborting the historic ruling on the right to abortion by the Supreme Court, the United States has become an exception in the world.” According to the United Nations, the abolition of the right to abortion is a “horrific blow to women’s human rights.”
The new ruling
The decision was made in the Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women’s Health Organization, “where judges upheld a Mississippi law prohibiting termination of pregnancy after 15 weeks. The only remaining clinic in the state to offer abortion has resumed. Abortion raises a profound moral question. The Constitution does not prohibit citizens of every state from regulating or prohibiting abortion,” he wrote. judges. A draft draft in recent weeks (drafted by Justice Samuel Alito, dating back to February and later confirmed by the court to be correct) indicated that a majority of the “wise men” would support overturning Roe v. Wade, sparking widespread controversy and protests in the United States. Of the 50 states, 26 (including Texas and Oklahoma) have more restrictive laws on the matter. Nine of them have abortion limits that predate the Roe v. Wade ruling, which are not yet enforced but may now be effective, while 13 have a so-called “dormant ban” that must come into effect immediately.
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Michelle Obama: My heart is broken
“I grieve for Americans who have lost the fundamental right to make informed decisions” about their bodies. Michelle Obama said so when she spoke of the Supreme Court’s “horrific decision” on abortion. “It will have dire consequences,” he adds.
Trump: ‘God’s will’
“God’s Will”: This is how Donald Trump came up with the US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the Roe-Ve Wade ruling on the right to abortion.
Protests in front of the Supreme Court
Protests erupted outside the US Supreme Court, minutes after top justices revoked the right to abortion after 50 years. The number of protesters grows with each passing minute, and there is also a contiguous group of anti-abortionists who embrace and cheer on news of the Supreme Court’s overturning of the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling.
House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy deplores Supreme Court decision to strike Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 ruling that legalized abortion in the United States. “Soothe in this historic sentence that saves lives,” McCarthy tweeted.
Barack Obama attacks the Supreme Court on abortion, accusing it of “attacking the basic liberties of millions of Americans” with his decision. A “cruel” and “scandalous” decision, according to the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Democrat Nancy Pelosi. She adds that women’s rights are at stake in the November elections.
Texas Lawyer: Illegal Abortion From Today
Abortion is illegal in Texas with immediate effect. This was stated by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, stressing that those who provide abortions can be held “criminally responsible starting today.”
Hillary Clinton: Shame
Hillary Clinton called the Supreme Court’s decision on abortion a “disgrace”, a “step backwards for women’s rights and human rights.” “Many Americans believe that the decision to have children is a sacred one and should remain between the woman and her physician,” he adds.
Trump: Respect the Constitution
Donald Trump praises Supreme Court on abortion. The former US president told Fox that the decision meant “following the Constitution and restoring rights.” He notes that the decision “will work for everyone”.
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