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Katy Perry, Bette Midler and Jessica Chastain have protested on social media on Independence Day following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case. It was just a part of it. 1 week ago.
Perry, who gave birth to her fiancé Orlando Bloom and her daughter Daisyover a year ago, went to Twitter early on July 4th and is arguably the most widely used. I acknowledged the national anthem of the holidays. In addition to women's rights.
One user immediately argued that he "supported the candidate for mayor against abortion in the last 30 days," from Perry, who advertised Los Angeles mayor candidate Rick Caruso "FTW" on June 4. I shared a tweet. ""
Katy Perry, Bette Midler, Jessica Chastain protests on Independence Day on July 4th(Getty Images)
HALSEY Responds to fans leaving the Arizona concert following her speech support Bette Midler's Independence Day after last month's SCOTUS decision Informed that the day was effectively "cancelled".
The "Beach's" actress continues: They call us "births" or "menstruators" and even "people with vagina"! Don't let them erase you! All humans on earth owe you!
Jessica Chastain puts her middle finger onlinein a photo with the caption "Happy" Independence Day "from me and my reproductive rights." } Flashed.
The host of "Top Chef" Padma Lakshmi shared a red, white and blue-themed dessert in a frosting spelled "Another Church&State".
She elaborated further. "I don't really celebrate these four days. I'm afraid. I hope everyone can be safe and peaceful today and our country will soon move away from this cliff."
In another tweet, Lakshmi added. Privacy to choose for yourself, love your loved ones, and live in peace.
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SCOTUS on Friday, June 24th Decided by the fact thathas discontinued the approval of the constitutional right to abortion, which has been in effect since 1973, and fully permits, limits, or bans the practice in individual states. I gave you the authority to do it.
Supreme Court JudgeSamuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh We voted in favor of the end of the term Federal Abortion Protection. Judge John Roberts did not approve the end of Law.
"The majority rejected Law and Casey for only one reason, because they always looked down on them and now have votes to destroy them," Steven said. Judge Breyer, Judge Sonia Sotomayor, and Judge Elena Kagan wrote: Joint, dissenting opinion on page 59.
"By overturning the Roe v. Wade case, this court betrays its guiding principles. With sorrow — for this court, but more than that, lost today. Basic constitutional protection for millions of American women — we disagree. ”
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