Senate Fails to Pass Abortion Rights Bill After Roe v. Wade Leak

May 12, 2022 View Original Article
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48% : It also makes clear that a priority for all who care about this issue -- a priority should be to elect pro-choice leaders at the local, the state, and the federal level, because what we are seeing around this country are extremist Republican leaders who are seeking to criminalize and punish women for making decisions about their own body."
47% : Every person deserves the ability to make the health care decisions that are right for them, free from government interference and discrimination.
46% : Just like they're coming for abortion, they're coming for our families and our privacy.
43% :Calling the vote was a way for Democrats to take a stand for abortion rights when a leaked Supreme Court opinion indicating the court will overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that legalized abortion nationwide while allowing states to place some restrictions on the procedure later in pregnancy.
42% : Timmaraju also thanked the Democratic leadership for bringing the vote to the Senate floor, adding, "We know that these cruel bans and restrictions on abortion most harm those who already face barriers to accessing the care they need -- including women; Black, Indigenous, and people of color; those working to make ends meet; LGBTQ+ people; immigrants; young people; those living in rural communities; and people with disabilities.
37% : The U.S. Senate Wednesday failed to pass the Women's Health Protection Act, meant to write the right to abortion into federal law.
37% : "Americans are watching as lawmakers vote to deny our human rights to bodily autonomy and healthcare, which, make no mistake, is what abortion is," said Sarah Kate Ellis, president and CEO of GLAAD.
34% : Also, many have noted that abortion is indeed an LGBTQ+ issue.

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