Rep. Speier: Abortion rights bill 'is a major step for women across the country'

Rep. Speier: Bill to codify Roe v. Wade bill 'a major step for women across the country'

9/25/2021 1:02:00 AM

Rep. Speier: Bill to codify Roe v. Wade bill 'a major step for women across the country'

Congresswoman Jackie Speier (D-CA) joins Andrea Mitchell minutes after House Democrats passed a bill to codify Roe v. Wade into law. 'This is a major step for women across the country,' says Rep. Speier, who presided over the floor debate. '25% of the women in this country have had an abortion. It is a medical process. It's a medical procedure. The American medical association says it is part of providing health to women. And I think that we're going to see an uprising like we've never seen before if we do not codify this law that has been passed in the House now.'

Share this -copiedCongresswoman Jackie Speier (D-CA) joins Andrea Mitchell minutes after House Democrats passed a bill to codify Roe v. Wade into law. "This is a major step for women across the country," says Rep. Speier, who presided over the floor debate. "25% of the women in this country have had an abortion. It is a medical process. It's a medical procedure. The American medical association says it is part of providing health to women. And I think that we're going to see an uprising like we've never seen before if we do not codify this law that has been passed in the House now."

Homesick Kid On Sleepover Needs To Just Tough It The Fuck Out Atlanta Braves beat the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the World Series January 5th footage turned over to authorities Read more: MSNBC »

Spanx employees given $10,000 and two first-class plane tickets

The chief executive and founder of shapewear company Spanx has surprised employees with two first-class plane tickets and $10,000 each to celebrate the company's $1.2 billion deal with Blackstone.

GOP Rep. Madison Cawthorn 'agrees with Black Lives Matter' on vaccine mandatesCawthorn has previously said that BLM protestors have a 'radical hatred of this country.' African Americans are the most Covid19 vaccination hesitant among all races in America. BLM protesters never visited Hitler's vacation pad. Does BLM has a position on vaccines?

Rep. Lauren Boebert used campaign funds for rent and utilities, new filing showsColorado Rep. Lauren Boebert paid utility and rent bills with campaign funds, according to a new filing the Republican lawmaker made this week with the Federal Election Commission. Shocked Gasp! How could she…….get caught when the rest don’t? She won’t pay any price will she VP

Rep. Jones to those opposing lowering drug prices: who are you looking out for?Kyrsten Sinema has come out against the reconciliation bill's drug price reforms, which the majority of the country supports, according to recent polling. Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-NY) joins Joy Reid to discuss saying, ‘I think we are seeing the worst of what Americans believe about Congress play out in this moment.’ Yes, I enjoy paying more for my prescriptions ---says NOBODY Been seeing it since 2015. BanksResearcher SenatorSinema kyrstensinema harrisonjaime Primary her She is working against the American people.

Rep. Maloney on 1/6 investigations: There’s a reason why Republicans are so freaked out'There's a reason why they're so freaked out': Rep. Maloney reacts to the news that the Biden admin. is working with the Jan. 6 committee and could turn over documents on fmr. President Trump’s actions “Could”? 😳 How about JoeBiden WILL turn over ALL of the requested documents ! GOP

Twitter Users Mock Rep. Lauren Boebert's Plan To 'Imeach Biden'One journalist on Twitter correctly noted that if the member of Congress from Colorado gets her way, Biden would be the first president to be 'imeached.' Bat-sh*t crazy really should be a disqualifier... and stupid. Profoundly stupid should also be a disqualifier 46mingo Imma gonna imeach mysef. Babbitt is so shallow you can literally skip a pebble on anything that falls like water, out of her big mouth.

Ruh-Roh! GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s ‘Scooby-Doo’ Stunt Did Not Go WellPeople couldn't believe the Georgia Republican's cartoon statement on the House floor wasn't a parody. horrible