As the BBC points out, citizens United States We are waiting for the verdict of the Supreme Court. This could have national repercussions and deprive millions of women of access to a safe environment Abortion.
Mississippi lawyers have asked the court to reverse two key abortion decisions – the Roe vs Wade and the scheduled parenthood vs Casey cases. It may be recalled that in 1973 the Supreme Court delivered a judgment in the Row v. Wade case. Norma McCorvey, who was denied an abortion in Texas, called Jane Rowe and decided to sue Dallas District Attorney Henry Wade. The case was joined by others,Inside. A doctor who has been punished for performing procedures. The Supreme Court ruled by a majority vote that abortion was legal. However, this left the opportunity for individual states to introduce regulations restricting abortion in the second and third trimesters.
U.S. governments have since complied with both rulings. However, now anti-abortion activists want to change that. The BBC insists that at least 21 states could enact more restrictive abortion laws if the Supreme Court complies.
The issue of abortion in the United States
Nearly 50 years later against Roe. Wade – as Wiktoria Beczek wrote in Gazeta.pl – Americans can not be sure that their rights will not return to the 1960s, which has already happened in Texas.
The Texas SB8 Act, which went into effect on Wednesday, prohibits abortion, with a few exceptions, after detecting a fetal heartbeat in the sixth week. As the BBC points out, this is a moment when many women do not even know they are pregnant. Scientists argue that the term “heartbeat” is misleading, and that what is found at this stage is “part of the tissue that becomes the heart as the fetus develops”. In addition, Texas law authorizes citizens to prosecute anyone who “aids or abets” an illegal abortion.
The administration filed a motion to declare Texas law unconstitutional President Joe Biden has condemned the new law. The politician said it was a gross violation of the Constitution.
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