Speaker Pelosi slammed the cowards of the Supreme Court over the dark ruling in the Texas Abortion Act, while the House approved the Women’s Health Protection Act.
What the Supreme Court did was cowardly — a cowardly, dark nightmare and to allow the bill to come into force. How can this be? Because it was a decision. The court made a decision, but the Republicans in Congress and the then president made a decision to make sure in an almost shameful way that so many judges in court — I say shameful, because the last one they were on track – while opposing the revision of a Democratic presidential proposal a few years earlier, saying they did not have enough time. N year. They had enough time – a month.
We know this – I just want to say it about Roe. In Roe, the Supreme Court ruled that personal liberty was protected by the Constitution, which recognized the Court as extending to decisions concerning marriage, procreation, contraception, family relationships, child rearing. And it’s broad enough to make a woman’s decision whether to terminate her pregnancy or not. SB 8 is extreme: the ban on abortion for most women before they even know it. Sometimes I wonder if they do not need a lesson on the birds and the bees.
But again, I just want to get to this point. SB 8 unleashes one of the most disturbing, unprecedented, far-reaching attacks on healthcare providers and on anyone who helps a woman in any way to gain access to an abortion, by creating a vigilance system that has a cold effect on the provisions of any health care services. And what’s next? What’s next with these vigils and their system of abundance?
The House upheld an unpopular decision of the Supreme Court.
Following the ruling on the abortion law in Texas, the Supreme Court’s approval has reached a low point. The House has rectified a serious injustice inflicted on the majority of the country.
The Texas Abortion Act is already being copied by red states across the country.
As with suffrage, federal legislation will be needed to stop the theft of ultimate personal freedom, which is a woman’s right to control her own body.
Easley is the managing editor. He is also a White House press officer and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduate work focuses on public policy, specializing in social reform movements.
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