‘A Crime’ Senate Didn’t Codify Roe v Wade, Congressman Says
Women and caregivers across the country prepare for the possible end of Roe v Wadethe landmark Supreme Court ruling granting federal protections to abortion rights.
The Supreme Court released a new set of opinions on Tuesday, but did not include a decision that could affect access to safe abortions. The next set of opinions will be published on 23 June.
As reported in PoliticsA leaked Supreme Court draft decision showed that the court intended to remove the precedent, despite at least three judges claiming during their hearings that they would recognize the precedent.
The ruling is expected to come soon, although it is unclear how close the court is to a ruling. In the meantime, women struggle to seek health care before their rights are taken away, and doctors prepare to make tough decisions in a post-mortem.roe America.
“How nearly dead does someone have to be?” dr. Leilah Zahedi, a Tennessee maternal fetal medicine physician who specializes in high-risk pregnancies and performs abortions, early in a New York Times interview. ‘Should I just watch someone bleed to death? Or provide the care and then file a report and go to prison? I don’t know.”
When will there be a Roe v Wade decision?
US braces for Supreme Court decision that could be overturned Roe v Wadethe landmark ruling that gives women in the US access to abortions.
As the Supreme Court deliberates its decision on: Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization — that could strike roe deer — the question remains when it will formally announce its decision.
The Independent’s Alex Woodward explores in his story below when the court’s ruling can come:
Oliver O’ConnellJune 22, 2022 08:30
US abortion on the rise: One in five US pregnancies was aborted in 2020
As the US braces for the overthrow of the Supreme Court Roe v Wadethe number of women requesting an abortion appears to be increasing based on the latest data.
According to The Guttmacher Institute, a research group that supports abortion rights, one in five pregnancies in the US was terminated by 2020.
Gustaf Kilander has more on the data in his report below:
Oliver O’ConnellJune 22, 2022 06:30
What is Planned Parenthood vs Casey? Historic ruling on abortion at risk alongside Roe v Wade
While Roe v Wade is the most well-known case guaranteeing access to abortion in the US, a 1992 Supreme Court case was pivotal in upholding those rights.
In 1992, Democratic Governor Robert Casey introduced new laws restricting women’s right to have access to abortion. Planned Parenthood sued the governor and the Supreme Court ruled in its favor.
Read Rachel Sharp’s story below to learn more about the landmark ruling:
Oliver O’ConnellJune 22, 2022 04:45
How Supreme Court Security Became Political and How It Related to Abortion?
After Nicholas Roske traveled to the home of Supreme Court Justice Bret Kavanaugh with a gun allegedly intending to shoot the judge, security for the judges became a major political issue on Capitol Hill.
As lawmakers take steps to tighten security for Supreme Court justices, it has raised concerns among pro-choice protesters seeking to show their disapproval of the court’s predicted decision to overturn it. Roe to Wade. Many protesters have staged demonstrations in front of judges’ houses, but new legislation could force them to leave in the name of safety.
The Independent’s Rachel Sharp has more in the story below:
Oliver O’ConnellJune 22, 2022 03:45 am
What is Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization? Why One Lawsuit Could Destroy Abortion Rights?
The leaked Supreme Court draft decision prohibiting the likely overthrow of Roe v Wade comes as a result of the Supreme Court case Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The outcome of that case is likely to come in the next few days, and may result in the end of Roe to Wade.
What is the crux of the matter and why does it state? roe in danger?
John Bowden has more in his story below:
Oliver O’ConnellJune 22, 2022 02:45 am
South Dakota’s only abortion clinic halts proceedings as Supreme Court decides Roe .’s fate
“Even though we expected this, it feels very emotional,” Sioux Falls abortion rights activist Andrew Buncombe told reporters.
Oliver O’ConnellJune 22, 2022 01:45 am
How Planned Parenthood Will Fight for Abortion Rights With Roe V Wade’s Overthrow Coming
Planned Parethood, which has been at the forefront of providing women with access to abortion for more than a century, plans to continue to fight for women’s rights in reporting even if the Supreme Court is overturned. Roe V Wade.
“This leaked opinion is horrifying and unprecedented, and it confirms our worst fears: that the Supreme Court is willing to end the constitutional right to abortion by overthrowing Roe v WadePresident Alexis McGill Johnson said in a statement following the leak of a draft Supreme Court decision.
Rachel Sharp investigates the organization’s plans to fight in a post-roe world in his story below:
Oliver O’ConnellJune 22, 2022 00:45
What the Supreme Court could stand for after Roe v Wade
Legal experts and civil rights activists fear that after the fall of the Supreme Court Roe V Wade it will undo other landmark rulings that protect rights, such as same-sex marriage.
“I’m terrified and people should be terrified,” said Jim Obergefell, whose Ohio state lawsuit led to the Supreme Court ruling that same-sex marriage was protected by the US Constitution.
Read Io Dodd’s full story below:
Oliver O’ConnellJune 21, 2022 23:45
A ‘bat****’ bill shows how far Louisiana lawmakers will push an anti-abortion agenda
Louisiana’s House Bill 813, part of an acceleration movement against abortion in the state calling for an “abolition” of the practice, was widely condemned for its language that allowed for the criminalization and incarceration of patients and abortion providers.
The Independent’s Alex Woodward addressed the controversial legislation in his story below:
Oliver O’ConnellJune 21, 2022 22:45
Why are these prosecutors refusing to enforce criminal anti-abortion laws in their states?
the independent asked the chief prosecutors in more than a dozen counties and parishes where their respective states’ anti-abortion laws come into effect, to ask how — and if — they will prosecute such cases, including whether they will issue subpoenas for personal digital data to give them to prosecute.
“Trigger Laws” that take effect once Roe V Wade destroyed, will effectively ban abortion in nearly half of the US.
Alex Woodward shares insights from prosecutors in his story below:
Oliver O’ConnellJune 21, 2022 21:45