President Biden said on Friday that he would impose a federal abortion ban if the Republicans gained control of the House and Senate in the November midterm elections.
"We elect federal Senators and representatives to codify Roe, or Republicans elect the House and Senate to ban abortion nationwide," Biden said. Kathy Hokuru in New York.
"This will go in either direction after November," the president warned.
Biden spoke just a week after the Supreme Courtoverturned the 1973 ruling of Roe v. Wadeand returned the abortion policy to the state, with many Republican-led states Dramatically restricted the procedure.
If the Republicans reacquire parliament and pass abortion restrictions, Biden may veto the bill. Congress can revoke the president's veto, but it requires two-thirds of the votes in both the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Thursday,Biden is the Supreme Court's5 people -At a press conference in Madrid, the majority of justice who overturned Law's ruling said, "It's the exorbitant behavior of the US Supreme Court that is destabilizing."
Republicans immediately accused Biden of attacking another branch of the U.S. government abroad, and Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) Said the president. It's worthless and dangerous. "
Polls show that Republicans make significant profits in the Senate The Senate, suggesting that it is ready to raise — both are held by a very thin Democratic majority.
Republicans generally favor restrictions on access to abortion more than Democrats and house minority leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif). Republicans will regain the majority, which will overturn the policies of states such as New York.
Meanwhile, the Democratic Party wants to pass federal law that explicitly grants greater abortion rights in all states.
But Biden was mostly on Friday, according to Senate rules. In this case, the legislation stating that 60 votes are needed is in the way. The Senate is currently divided into 50-50 between the two parties, with two Republican senators supporting the right to abortion, and centrist politicians from both parties have a standard of 60 votes for such legislation. I don't want to give up.
"As I said yesterday, filibuster should not prevent us from [passing the federal abortion law], but currently there is no vote in the Senate." Mr. Byden said before asking voters to elect two more Democrats who are willing to change parliamentary rules.