Biden vows codifying Roe v. Wade will top his agenda if Democrats expand control | The Pulse

Oct 18, 2022 View Original Article
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52% : WASHINGTON -- President Joe Biden on Tuesday promised that if Democrats keep control of the U.S. House and gain a few more Democratic seats in the Senate, then "the first bill that I will send to Congress will be to codify Roe v. Wade."He also told supporters at a Democratic National Committee event that if Republicans take control of Congress, they will try to pass a national ban on abortion, warning that access to reproductive health care is on the ballot on Nov. 8.
52% : House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a California Republican, said during an interview with CNN following the Dobbs decision that he would support a nationwide 15-week ban on abortion.
41% : That's been the only ballot question about abortion since the Supreme Court's ruling in June, though California, Kentucky, Michigan and Vermont residents will vote on abortion ballot questions on Election Day.
38% : The Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization decision in late June overturned nearly 50 years of precedent that allowed people the right to access reproductive care like abortion, leaving decisions on abortion to states.
34% : U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina also introduced a bill, following the Dobbs decision, that would ban abortion nationwide at 15 weeks.
33% : "The only sure way to stop these extremists' laws that ... put in jeopardy women's health and rights is for Congress to pass a law," Biden said, speaking of the 22 states that have laws that would severely restrict the access to abortion.
30% : Biden said that for decades Republicans have tried to overturn Roe v. Wade, and argued that those views are extreme and a majority of Americans don't agree with banning abortion.
23% : Biden vowed that if a Republican-controlled Congress were to pass a bill banning abortion nationwide, "I'll veto it."

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