“Sam Alito came from New Jersey. for the country,” said Mark Greenbaum of South Orange, New Jersey.
The first opinion supported a restrictive abortion law in Mississippi. The latter goes even further, overturning Roe v Wade – which fifty years ago clarified abortion as a constitutional right.
Each state can now make its own abortion laws – 13 of which have passed so-called ‘trigger laws’, designed to come into force if this day comes. Among them, seven have activated their activation law in the last 24 hours.
“Oklahoma is the most pro-life state in the nation, and we hope other states will follow our lead,” said Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor.
“I don’t want to live in a country where in one state I am free and in another state I am held hostage. That is unacceptable and every American should believe it,” the president said. Planned Parenthood League Alexis McGill Johnson says.
In Jackson, Mississippi, the abortion clinic at the center of Friday’s ruling remains open – but it won’t be open for long.
Dorenda Hancock, an abortion clinic worker, said: “These people have put their time and energy into doing this, and now we will say goodbye very soon.
https://6abc.com/supreme-court-abortion-rights-roe-v-wade-overturned-protests/11995349/ Abortion rights advocates fill the streets of cities across the country in the wake of Friday’s bombings