Abortion, Arkansas

Abortion, Arkansas

This State Is Poised To Be The Next Battleground For A Copycat Texas Abortion Ban

Reproductive justice advocates warned the country about a domino effect after S.B. 8 became law. It's already started.

10/19/2021 5:26:00 PM

Reproductive justice advocates warned the country about a domino effect after S.B. 8 became law. It's already started.

Reproductive justice advocates warned the country about a domino effect after S.B. 8 became law. It's already started.

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Being responsible, holding your pantys or using condoms seems to be a good plan. If the republicans can do this than the dems can take away guns. Just let that sink in Repubs. I used to think that was being alarmist now it’s more likely accurate than ever Yes, Texas has harsh anti-woman laws, but what do you expect from the state that leads the nation in rapes?

The US is regressing. Reproductive justice? 😂😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡 republicans refuse to let the accused face their accusers. the law is unconstitutional Ffs. Horrendous Abortions save lives Hands off womens bodies Embarrassing...and so disturbing.

Texas Abortion Ban Standing Would Mean States Could Essentially Override the Constitution, DOJ WarnsThe law should be suspended, the acting solicitor general argued, because it “enables Texas’s ongoing nullification of this Court’s precedents and its citizens’ constitutional rights”… The states being led by Republicans would never override the Constitution to get their way. They are strict constitutionalists. Just ask them. Show me where the new texass law banned abortions. I'll wait.............

DOJ Asks Supreme Court To Block Texas Abortion LawThe Justice Department asked the high court Monday to lift an order allowing Texas to continue to ban most abortions in the state. “Asked' Strongly worded letters.

Justice Department urges Supreme Court to suspend Texas abortion lawThe Justice Department files an emergency appeal urging the Supreme Court to suspend the Texas law that has banned most abortions there. This is government overreach That’s not how it is supposed to work, man! Attaway to play hardball with em, Joe! BidenInsultBot

Justice Department asks Supreme Court to temporarily block Texas law that bans abortions after 6 weeksCNBC's Julianna Tatelbaum chats with market analyst Susannah Streeter. They’ll be examining the outlook for the markets, discussing upcoming opportunities and revealing potential high-growth stocks on Susannah’s watchlist.\n\nSusannah Streeter is a Senior Investment and Markets Analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown. Join us on Monday, October 11th at 12pm BST \u002F 7pm SIN \u002F 7am ET.\n Zero chance of making a change. Political. BS. It does not block anything.

Justice Department asks Supreme Court to block Texas' 6-week abortion banThe Justice Department formally asked the Supreme Court Monday to step in and block a controversial Texas law that bars most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy while legal challenges play out. Isn't that personal freedom? Beautiful country is free every day. .. . THERE WAS A villain mlk new and said OK to villan he is the black races Enemy and orders molests rapes tortures murders AND WHEN THERES A talented black child he orders their off IF he had said no to villain THAT villain WOULD BECOME DECOY AND A MILLION INNOCENT lives saved Yeah right, they already gave them green light to enact it..

Texas Law Prohibiting Mailing Abortion Pills Won't Stop Texans Seeking Pills OnlineOn the heels of Texas's newly-enacted abortion ban—blocked by a federal court on Oct. 6, then reinstated on Oct. 8 by the Fifth Circuit Court—Governor Greg Abbott signed into law S.B. 4 making it a felony for doctors to mail abortion pills to a patient. The law applies only to doctors and explicitly exempts pregnant people from criminal penalties for ordering pills online. But unless Texas is willing to post abortion police at every woman’s mailbox to check and intercept her mail, Texans will still have access to medication abortion online and through the mail.