Biden urged voters to head to the polls in November to make their voices heard on abortion rights. He says despite the decision, it 'doesn't mean the fight's over.'
The president said it's a "sad day for the country"
SHAREPresident Joe Biden on Friday called the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade “a realization of an extreme ideology and a tragic error”The president indicated he will seek to protect women’s rights to cross state lines for abortions and access to contraception and abortion pills
Biden predicted the decision will put the health and lives of some women at risk.Biden called on voters upset about the decision to make their voices heard at the polls in November.An abortion rights bill failed in the 50-50 Senate last month. Some Democrats are calling for the elimination of the 60-vote filibuster rule to advance legislation.
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Biden calls Supreme Court ruling on abortion a ‘sad day’ for the country“This is sad day for the country, in my view, but it doesn’t mean the fight is over,” the president said in remarks from the White House. Rather than working together, America is like a newly divorced couple that wants the other to know how much they hate them. At the end of the day you’re only hurting the kids…in this case citizens of America. Both sides are out of control. This isn’t one side or the other. AbortionIsGenocide That’s a pretty strong statement for someone whose supposedly a devout Catholic
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Watch: Biden to speak about Supreme Court abortion ruling, outline his plansPresident Joe Biden will speak from the White House on Friday about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision that legalized abortion nationwide.
Biden criticises US Supreme Court ruling on abortionUS President Joe Biden criticises the Supreme Court ruling overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade decision on abortion, saying the health and life of American women are now at risk Please TRT is Omer Kalban around? I'm missing Double check
WATCH LIVE: Biden speaks about Supreme Court abortion ruling, outlines plansPresident Biden will speak from the White House about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. Watch his address here.
UPDATED 2:31 PM ET Jun.ruling Friday a sad day for the country and urged voters to take action in November’s midterm elections to protect abortion rights.Follow Us.VULNERABLE DEMOCRATS HORSFORD, GOTTHEIMER EXPLAIN VOTES AGAINST BIPARTISAN SUPREME COURT SECURITY BILL The "proper cause" standard allowed state officials to determine whether applicants had supplied a specific reason for needing a firearm, denying access to people who stated they simply wanted to protect themselves.
24, 2022 PUBLISHED 1:22 PM ET Jun. 24, 2022 PUBLISHED 1:22 PM EDT Jun. Biden said his administration would take actions to try to ease access to abortions, like defending women who want to travel to another state for an abortion and protecting access to contraception and abortion pills. 24, 2022 SHARE President Joe Biden on Friday called the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade “a realization of an extreme ideology and a tragic error. “This decision must not be the final word.” What You Need To Know President Joe Biden on Friday called the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Also among them is Dobbs v.
Wade “a realization of an extreme ideology and a tragic error” In a decision released hours earlier, five conservative justices voted to strike down the nearly 50-year-old ruling that established the constitutional right to abortion Biden urged voters upset about the decision to make their voices heard at the polls in November The president indicated he will seek to protect women’s rights to cross state lines for abortions and access to contraception and abortion pills In a decision released hours earlier, five conservative justices voted to that established the constitutional right to abortion. With your vote, you can act, you can have the final word,” Biden said. Biden predicted the decision will put the health and lives of some women at risk. “I believe Roe v.” The decision comes at a crucial moment for Biden and Democrats, who are hoping to use the ruling to energize their base to turn out in the midterm elections in November. Wade was the correct decision, as a matter of constitutional law and application of the fundamental right to privacy and liberty and matters of family and personal autonomy,” the president said in remarks from the White House. He claimed there was a “broad national consensus” of Americans who support the right to abortion and said the Supreme Court ruling was the culmination of “a deliberate effort” by conservatives over decades to undo that right, noting that three of the five justices in Friday’s majority were nominated by the same president, Donald Trump. “This fall, Roe is on the ballot, personal freedoms are on the ballot, the right to privacy, liberty, equality, are all on the ballot,” Biden said.
Biden called on voters upset about the decision to make their voices heard at the polls in November. “This is a sad day for the country, in my view, but it doesn't mean the fight’s over,” the president said. On Thursday, the Court struck down a New York law that required those seeking a permit to carry a concealed handgun in public to demonstrate they had special need to do so. He conceded that he does not have the executive authority to restore Roe and that Congress lacks the necessary votes to codify abortion rights.  An abortion rights bill failed in the 50-50 Senate last month. He called the ruling “cruel” and said it would harm lower income women the most. Some Democrats are calling for the elimination of the 60-vote filibuster rule to advance legislation.
“This fall, Roe is on the ballot,” Biden said.” Biden is scheduled to head overseas Saturday for a week of meetings with world leaders in Europe focused on Ukraine, the global economy and China. “Personal freedoms are on the ballot. The right to privacy, liberty, equality — they're all about it. There are limited actions Biden can take at the federal level on abortion, and codifying a women’s right to an abortion would have to be done by Congress.” He added that the ruling threatens other precedents established by the Supreme Court that hinged on the right-to-privacy argument, noting Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in a concurring opinion Friday the Supreme Court should reconsider a number of other key cases, including ones that granted rights for contraception and same-sex marriage. But the president indicated he won’t sit idle in the meantime. “Make no mistake, this decision is a combination of a deliberate effort over decades to upset the balance of our law,” Biden said.
He said he will seek to protect women’s rights to cross state lines for abortions and access to contraception and abortion pills. Earlier this month, 25 Senate Democrats, led by Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Patty Murray of Washington state, sent a letter to Biden listing a number of possible executive orders they believe the president could sign. The court has done what it has never done before, expressly take away a constitutional right. Among them would be increasing access to medication abortion, providing resources — such as travel vouchers and child care services — to women who must seek abortions outside their home states and using federal land to set up abortion clinics, including in states where abortions are otherwise illegal. “We can obviously support people in states that are outlawing abortion,” Warren told CNN on Thursday. “We can help with our contributions, we can help by volunteering, but we also call on the administration.
” Biden urged people protesting the ruling to keep the peace. “I call on everyone no matter how deeply they care about this decision to keep all protests peaceful, peaceful, peaceful, peaceful, he said. “No intimidation. Violence is never acceptable. Threats and intimidation are not speech.
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