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Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) And Tina Smith (D-Minn.) Co-authored a New York Times editorial Saturday to express their anger at the end of the Roe v. Wade case. Did. While their party is seeking policies that have been promoted over the years.
This article was roundly accused by Senators of being "radicals" after the Supreme Court overturned the 1973 abortion decision on Friday.
"Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Agency ruling overturns nearly 50 years of judicial precedents, deprives constitutional rights to abortion, and governments are pregnant — continue pregnancy Will make an important decision as to whether or not. "
Warren and Smith said that some states are already working to ban abortions, and after the decision, 12 more states have already set more restrictions.
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Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. US Supreme Court ruling in Washington on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. (AP Photo / Alex Brandon)
"If we sound angry and worried, that's because we are. This decision is devastating — and we We've seen what happens next. We both lived in the United States with an abortion. It was illegal. A country where infectious diseases and other complications killed lives. Unplanned pregnancy is a carrier. A country that has made a living crazy. A country where some women have taken their lives instead of continuing an intolerable abortion. "The New York TimesI read an article.
They urge President Biden to "declare a public health emergency" while making abortion cheaper and more accessible during this "dangerous time that threatens millions of women." To make it easier, we called on elected officials, businesses, and everyday people. This is to protect access to abortion for all Americans.
"Right-wing politicians and their allies have been plotting for decades," accusing him of "abusing filibuster and turning Congress into a broken institution." And "steal two seats in the Supreme Court."
Washington, D.C. Supreme Court Building(AP) Photo / J. Scott Applewhite, File)
To counter the ruling, they urge Congressional Democrats and President Joe Biden to squeeze the Supreme Court. Warren's past proposals were repeated. Eliminate court and filibuster and transform the electoral college.
"To correct the damage that the Republicans have done to our system to manage women's lives requires extensive democratic reforms. Changing the composition of the courts and filibuster. It is to reform and even amend the rules of the Senate, such as allowing a presidential candidate who lost the popularity vote to take office and appoint five judges who have agreed to terminate the right to abortion. "Old-fashioned Senators," wrote Warren and Smith.
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On Thursday, Smith introduced a new bill codifying the right to access to abortion drugs in states where abortion could be illegal. The Democratic Party has previously pushed for efforts to codify the Roe v. Wade case, but the latest bill in Mayfailed to pass the Senate.
March of pro-choice activists In New York City, he protested the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case. (Peter Gerber / Fox News Digital)
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They conclude. "Simply put, democracy must be restored so that radical minorities can no longer drown out the will of the people. This is a long and difficult battle, and the path to victory is not yet clear. But that's the right fight we have to win — no matter how long it takes. We both live in eggless America and we're not back. Not now. By now. No. "
Lindsay Kornick is Deputy Editor-in-Chief of FoxNews Digital. Story tips can be sent to lindsay.kornick @ fox.com and Twitter (@lmkornick).