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Governor looking at ways to protect the right to abortion as the state adapts to the Supreme Court's reversal in the Roe v. Wade case

(CNN)Several states are working to protect the right to abortion, and Democratic leaders on Sunday Efforts were rising among the legislators. --Following the Supreme Court's decision, the federal constitutional right to abortion was eliminated,Saturday was almost 50 years and the first full day without national protectionMarked.

The impact of Friday's historic decision, which broke the 1973 case known as the Roe v. Wade case, was immediately felt, at least as of Saturday night. Ten states have virtually banned abortion. Five other states, including Wyoming, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas, and Idaho, will enact various trigger legislation to limit abortion in the coming days and weeks.

According to the Guttmacher Institute, a research organization that supports the right to abortion, a total of 26 states have laws stipulating that abortion be outlawed or severely restricted, and procedures in these states. Is virtually prohibited.

Georgia already has its own restrictions that prohibit abortion if a "fetal heartbeat" is detected about 6 weeks after pregnancy. The law, passed and signed by Republican Governor Brian Kemp, has been suspended by federal court in Atlanta but is now in effect.

On Sunday, Democrat Stacey Abrams, who is challenging Kemp in this year's governor's election, confirmed that the six-week ban would become Georgia's "law of land" within a few days.

"It's scary, it's horrifying that it's wrong. As the next governor, I'll do everything with my power to reverse it," Abrams said. CNN's Jake Tapper "Union of States."

Abrams asks President Joe Biden to "do within the authority of the executive branch" to mitigate the effects of the court's ruling. As asked, her message focused on the broaderfederal legislative action. There should be federal law that allows women to make these choices and have reproductive choices and reproductive justice, "she said.

But that's very unlikely given the composition of the Senate, where the Democratic Party has a very thin majority and lacks votes to overcome filibuster. Floor for voting for or against.

Meanwhile, other Democrats are taking a more DIY approach to what many describe as a national health crisis. Since the ruling on Friday morning, New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez has raised an estimated $ 400,000 for the abortion group.

Ocasio-Cortez has set or will have a ban on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday morning, including opening clinics in federal areas in the state. Proposed to increase access to abortion through. Assist abortion by making it easier to access via mail-obtained tablets, and using government and federal tools.

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren presented a similar action plan in an interview with ABC "this week," and the federal government travels for women to seek legal abortion.

Meanwhile, advocacy groups are in the process of new legal debates within the state. In some cases, it delves into its own legislation on potential means of delaying or overturning new restrictions.

In Utah, one of the states that has swiftly moved to ban most abortions after Friday's ruling, Planned Parenthood has already filed a proceeding against the state's top leaders and is new. The law enacted is the state constitution.

According to a lawsuit appointing the governor and the attorney general among the defendants, abortion in Utah under the ban was a felony in almost all cases. (Utah law states that abortion occurs in three situations: if the mother's health is at stake, if a uniformly diagnosable health condition is detected in the fetus, or if the mother's pregnancy is the result of rape or incest. It is acknowledged.)

In the lawsuit, the new abortion law violates several rights protected under the Utah Constitution, especially the right to determine family structure and equal protection rights. Claims to be doing. It also states that the law has different effects on women as opposed to men, violating physical integrity, the right to involuntary slavery, and the right to privacy.

"When the law comes into force, PPAU (Utah Plaintiffs Planning Custody Association) and its staff immediately suspend the implementation of abortion in Utah beyond the number permitted by law. In this case, PPAU's Health Center will resume offering abortions that do not fall under any of the exceptions to the law, "the lawsuit said.

CNN contacted Governor Spencercox's office for comment on the proceedings, but did not respond on Saturday. Attorney General Sean D. Reyes' office told CNN that he had no comments on the proceedings.

In Wisconsin, Democratic Governor Tony Everstoldafter the Republican-controlled legislature refused to abolish the state, "everything we could do with all our strength. Fight this decision in a way. " The 1849 law prohibiting abortion. It will come into effect again following the Supreme Court's ruling.

"Our office is considering today's decision and will provide more information on how to move forward next week," Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul said on Friday. Said in a statement.

Dozens of prosecutors in blue cities and states have also issued a signed statement that they will not prosecute abortion donors or patients--early for civil disobedience. Signs of also finding a home with some law enforcement officers, many of whom have discretion in enforcement practices.

In a letter issued by the advocacy group's fair and just prosecution, 83 elected prosecutors provided official resources "to criminalize reproductive health decisions." He said he would not use it.

"Our legislature may decide to criminalize personal medical decisions, but we only prosecute cases that serve justice and the interests of the people. There is a duty, "the prosecutor wrote. "Blaming and prosecuting an individual seeking or providing abortion treatment is a mockery of justice. The prosecutor must not be part of it."

NYC Pride Shows Solidarity with the Abortion Movement

Demonstrators both in favor of and against the High Court's decision this weekend in small towns and large cities around the world. I went to the street in the city. Country.

At Sunday's Pride Parade in New York City, organizers announced solidarity with the abortion movement by announcing that the planned parent-child delegation would be the first group on the route. Did.

Many marches waving a flag of pride or holding a bright pink sign saying "I'm standing in a planned parent-child relationship," "We won't retreat." I chanted.

The annual Pride March tracked some of the same streets that the demonstrators marched from Friday night to the weekend. Protest the court's decision.

The Manhattan scene followed a 48-hour, almost evenly peaceful protest, but some cities announced a few arrests.

Virginia police are also investigating alleged vandalism at the Lynchburg Pregnancy Center.

Officers answered Sunday's phone call and found broken windows and messages. It is spray-painted on-site, such as "If abortion is not safe, it is not safe."

"The images on the security cameras show that four masked individuals are doing the act," police said in a statement.

A day ago, hundreds of people gathered in Greenville, South Carolina, in response to a ruling. At least six people were arrested at the rally, including those who supported the opposition movement and the ruling.

23-year-old Emily Porter said she was protesting the ruling when she saw police take the woman to the ground after she got off the sidewalk and crossed the street. Told to.

"I was very angry to see them take older women to the ground," Porter told CNN. "If they wanted to detain her, they could have done it with respect."

After the woman was tackled, some people came to help her. He left the sidewalk to urge police to detain them, Porter said.

"I didn't think I was in the middle of all this," Porter told CNN. "I was angry, afraid, and I was confused."

Greenville police said no taser guns or pepper sprays were used during the arrest, and authorities were involved in the case. Said to consider.

In the US capital, police arrested the two on Saturday after being accused of "throwing paint on the fence by the US Supreme Court," US Capitol police tweeted.

In New York City, at least 20 people were "detained with prosecution pending" during the initial protests against the ruling, police said. No details were provided regarding the arrest.

On Friday night in Phoenix, law enforcement agencies used tear gas to disperse a crowd of protesters demonstrating in front of the State Senate.

Protection of Reproductive Rights

As some states are moving to limit their rights to abortion, others have access to abortion. We are taking steps to better protect and expand our funds.

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz issued a presidential order on Saturday to protect people traveling to the state for assisted reproductive technology from states where abortion is illegal or criminal, his office work. Tokoro said.

"Our administration is doing everything possible to protect the right to make personal health care decisions," he said in a statement. The

announcement will be made when Red River Women's Clinic, the only abortion clinic in nearby North Dakota, is preparing to move theservice to Minnesota. .. North Dakota is one of many states that has issued a law on books aimed at banning abortion following a Supreme Court ruling. The law comes into force 30 days after the judgment is approved by the Attorney General of the State.

Also on Saturday, Washington Governor Jay Inslee promised to create a "sanctuary nation" for people's reproductive choices across the country.

In doing so, Inslee instructs state police not to follow delivery efforts from other states seeking to penalize those traveling to Washington to have an abortion: Announced the presidential order. He did not specify when the executive order would be released or when it would come into effect.