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U.S. prepares for Postlow vs. Wade case

A US Supreme Court ruling on Friday ruled that there was no constitutional right to abortion, causing a tsunami of emotions across the United States. Religious conservatives celebrate the achievement of their long-standing goals, and advocates of abortion have difficulty receiving millions of American women what many consider to be basic healthcare services. I warned that I would face an obstacle.

Demonstrators outside the Supreme Court begin to prepare for a future in which Americans across the country are protected by a court decision in Roe in 1973 for almost 50 years. At that time, he cheered, booed, and cried. v. Wade — Eliminates or significantly reduced in more than half of the 50 states.

In more than 12 states, abortion restrictions take effect almost immediately, either by the "trigger method" intended to take effect with Roe's overthrow, or by a method that is no longer in the book. Was expected. Forced for protection provided by Roe.

Overall, according to the Guttmacher Institute, a women's health research organization, in the end 26 states "is likely to be certain to ban abortion as much as possible." is.

In some states, this includes measures to ban abortion without exception for rape and incest, criminal prosecution against abortion medical professionals, and abortion women. Includes measures to file a criminal prosecution against you.

The Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years.
The Supreme Court has given constitutional protection against the ongoing abortion. Finished almost 50 years.

Activist reaction

"It's really atrocities," said the head of state abortion access under the National Women's Law. One heather shoemaker said. center. "From this decision, we haven't seen any unleashed turmoil in this country yet."

"Every day women want to take care of their mischief," she told VOA. "They need help from their family, their friends and their trusted partners and providers to take care of it, and the court essentially puts it all at risk with this decision. The clinic will be closed. People who help people get an abortion can be threatened by lawsuits, and people will be increasingly criminalized and policed ​​.... what the country can still expect I don't think I really know. "

In contrast, Steven Aden, general counselor for Americans United for Life, told VOA that he experienced a" euphoria "when the decision was announced." Asked supporters of abortion rights to accept the ruling.

"The Pro Life movement crosses the aisle and reaches out to people on the pro-abomination side. We see what Abort is actually doing to women, and in the womb. We call on people to recognize what they are doing in their lives. We can create a new, undivided America over the right to kill children in the womb, "he said.

Legal patchwork

By silenced the federal government on the issue of abortion and throwing it at the state, the decision was made by the country. This procedure is expected to be widely available in the northeast, the Pacific coast, and in some states of the country, including Illinois, Colorado, and New Mexico.

However, in the deep south and midwest areas, there is little or no access to abortion services. Women seeking care can face hundreds of miles of travel. This effectively guarantees that many will carry unwanted pregnancy to maturity. According to the US Census, this is especially true for women who do not have significant financial resources and support networks, where minority groups are a disproportionately represented population.

Also, the method of enforcing the abortion law varies from state to state. In some cases, it is the job of the law enforcement agency to prosecute those who are found to be in breach of the law.

In other states, including Texas and Oklahoma, enforcement is delegated to civilians. These states give individual citizens the right to sue those involved in abortion proceedings that violate the law. This tactic was first devised when Roe remained in force because it made it difficult or impossible to challenge legislation in federal court.

Abortion laws across the US
National suspension law

Negative consequence warning

Professor Tracy A. Weitz, a sociologist at an American university, told VOA that women who want to have an abortion but can't get one will experience a variety of negative consequences over the next five years. Told.

"These women were likely to have less financial impact, more bankruptcy, more expulsions, and more financial problems," she said. "The children they had, and the children they already had, are more likely to suffer economic and social impacts. People may maintain relationships with violent partners. Higher, more likely to have health consequences and, in some cases, death. "

Witz said these problems would have the greatest impact on the poorest Americans.

She said wealthy Americans would be able to travel to access abortion services.

"People who leave behind unexpected children and know they can't take care of them will be those who are already suffering from the structure of oppression." She said. "They are likely to be of color and are likely to be low-income."

Anti-abortion'Safety Net'

Even if celebrated, some anti-abortion organizations have allowed the state to create higher needs by limiting the right to abortion for services among women with unwanted pregnancy until the term.

"In the coming years, limiting the fear of mischief in many states will give us the opportunity to save hundreds of thousands and even millions of lives," Susan B. Anthony said. Marjo Rida Nenfelser, the professional president, said. In the prepared statement, Life America. "In this mission of justice and mercy, we double our commitment to women and their families."

Dannenfelser calls for an expansion of the "Pro Life Safety Net" for pregnant women and their families. I did.

Republicans in favor of the decision

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., speaks with reporters following a closed-door policy lunch at the Capitol in Washington, May 24, 2022.
Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. Talks to reporters on May 24, 2022, after a private policy lunch at the Washington Capitol.

"The Supreme Court's groundbreaking decision in Dobbs is courageous and correct," Kentucky Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell said in a statement. .. "This is a historic victory for the Constitution and the most vulnerable people in our society.

" Millions of Americans today because of the rule of law and innocent life. We have been praying, marching and striving for half a century towards our historic victory, "he added. "I'm proud to stand with them on a long journey and share their joy today."

House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy made this decision. Was called "the most important professional life decision in American history".

He added: Those who have no voice will finally speak. This great country can now adhere to the basic principle that everything is created equally and not born equally.

Democrats blame it

President Joe Biden speaks at the White House in Washington, June 24, 2022, after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
The Supreme Court is Roev. After overturning Wade, President Joe Byden will speak at the White House in Washington on June 24, 2022.

Friday President Joe Byden called the court's ruling "realization of extreme ideology and tragic mistakes." He said this was the first time a court had acted to deprive a constitutionally protected right.

Biden said that the federal government's right to abortion could be legally restored, but in a tightly divided parliament where Democrats widely support the right to abort and Republicans do not. Passed the law encoding Roe's protection. In the mid-term elections in November, he called on supporters of abortion access to vote with the issue of abortion access in mind.

FILE - Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi talks during her weekly news conference, on Capitol Hill in Washington, March 9, 2022.
File-House Nancy Peroshi speakers speak at weekly news conferences First, March 9, 2022, at Capitol Hill in Washington.

California Democrat House Speaker Nancy Peroshi made a similar call to voters.

"A woman's basic health decisions are made by herself in consultation with her doctor and her loved ones and should not be directed by the far right politician. "Peroshi said in a statement. "While Republicans are trying to punish and rule women, Democrats will continue to fight fiercely to enshrine Law vs. Wade."

The decision was "cruel ... ridiculous, "But there is no mistake. In November of this year, the rights of women and all Americans will be voted on."