The Supreme Court of the United States denied the right of pregnant women in Texas to have a safe abortion after detecting heart activity.ban Take effect yesterday. Concerns about restrictive laws on social media have grown, but the Supreme Court has remained silent. Then, late last night, they formally rejected an urgent request to prevent the ban from continuing to take effect.
The order was passed by a 5 to 4 vote, with a majority of conservative judges in the court.According to the Associated Press, this is The biggest blow in the country Since the “milestone 1973 Roe v. Wade Decision” granted women the constitutional right to abortion, the right to abortion. If you don’t know, that case also violated Texas’s law making abortion illegal.
This time, the second largest U.S. state and its Republican representatives won, at least for now. The Supreme Court did state that their order does not restrict “other procedurally appropriate challenges to Texas law, including in Texas courts.” This means that providers and advocates can continue to be in Texas The Sri Lankan Court opposed the injunction.
As previously reported, Republican Governor Greg Abbott signed the law in May and plans to take effect on September 1. Once a heartbeat is detected, the law prohibits medical professionals from performing the procedure, which usually takes about six weeks. Medical emergencies, excluding rape and incest, are the only exceptions.
In addition, the law authorizes private civilians to sue the provider and anyone who “helps or abets” the abortion of a pregnant woman. As of now, these lawsuits “can generate at least $10,000 in statutory damages.”
Earlier today, President Joe Biden condemned the Supreme Court’s ruling, calling it “an unprecedented violation of constitutional rights in Rowe v. Wade.”
Biden said on Twitter: “Complete strangers will now have the right to participate in the most private health decisions.” “I am launching an entire government effort to respond to this decision.”
The President stated that he will communicate with government agencies such as the Justice Department to understand how the federal government can intervene to “ensure safe and legal abortions.”
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