The court will hear arguments on Mississippi's abortion ban just in time to cancel reproductive rights for the holidays.
the architect of Texas’ abortion banthinks women should simply stop having sex andwould like to see overturningRoeas a gateway to revoking all manner of rights, including gay marriage.Though a ruling on Mississippi’s ban probably won’t come down until the summer, today, the White House came out in favor of a bill that would
designed to prevent states like Texas and Mississippi to pass laws effectively outlawing abortion. While the bill is expected to pass the House, it would require 60 votes in the Senate, which will likely be much more difficult.Meanwhile, the actual human beings who live in America would very much like to
to safe, legal abortion. According to a national poll out of Monmouth University, 62 percent of respondents would like to leaveRoe v. Wadeas it is, while 54 percent disapprove of the Supreme Court allowing Texas to keep its abortion ban. It’s almost as if those arguing to overturn headtopics.com
Roe v. Wadedon’t actually care about what constituents want as long as they’re able to exert control over their bodies.DISCUSSIONBybotticelliloveWe cried when Trump was elected and were told he “couldn’t do that much damage.”We told people this would happen when he was allowed to seat 3 justices
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Supreme Court To Hear Abortion Case December 1 That Could Overturn Roe V. WadeThe U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case concerning Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban on December 1, the court announced today
Nearly 900 state legislators urge Supreme Court to uphold Roe v. Wade in Mississippi abortion caseNearly 900 state legislators from 45 states have asked the Supreme Court to uphold Roe v. Wade and reject Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban. Wish in 1 hand & shit in the other, see which one fills up first. Democrats were warned repeatedly in 2016 what would happen but they persisted in voting 3rd party like Susan Sarandon told them to in 2000 with Nader giving us Bush, then Trump; bet they're proud of protest votes😒 Women and men should have the brains at least by week 15 to test for pregnancy
Supreme Court To Hear Major Abortion Case On Dec. 1BREAKING: The U.S. Supreme Court revealed Monday that it will hear oral arguments in a major abortion case on Dec. 1. We are living in the twilight zone. And that’s the end of that… This is not really “breaking news”. Why even frame it that way when everyone knows that anything involving the dissolution of abortion rights will be on this court’s docket
Texas doctor admits he provided abortion after ban took effect despite 'legal consequences'He described seeing three teens die from illegal abortions in 1972, a year before Roe v. Wade . Prosecute baby murderers?
Supreme Court to hear restrictive Mississippi abortion law on December 1The Supreme Court will hear a case concerning a Mississippi abortion law on December 1, the court announced on Monday, teeing up one of the most substantial cases of the term in which the justices are being asked to overturn Roe v. Wade . Well we’ll ow how that will turn out. 😢 These new right-wing SCOTUS justices have decided to not fight for Roe even after acknowledging that Roe was the law of the land during their confirmation hearings. We need to swiftly codify Roe now before it gets gutted permanently. JoKeRNewsNetwork JNN BREAKING NEWS Why the surprise, Vermont has (aside, I've not checked) a law that says a woman 👩 must get her husbands permission to put her dentures in 🤦. N🃏 🎭 BBCBreaking SkyNews tnewtondunn JoeBiden jaketapper FT JeremyVineOn5 jeremyvine
Supreme Court to hear Mississippi abortion case in early DecemberThe US Supreme Court will consider the legality of Mississippi's ban on most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy on Dec. 1, according to the court. horrible Krampus Crazy