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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Hobgoblin, Nov 23, 2010.
Court won't stop Texas abortion ban, but OKs clinics' suit
Ginsburg really should have retired during Obama's term.
Supreme Court thwarts bid to block SB8 on 'dark day' for Texas abortion rights
Chief Justice John Roberts warns Supreme Court over Texas abortion law
ABC News - FDA lifts restriction on abortion pill, permanently allowing delivery by mail
The agency relaxed dispensing restrictions on the drug mifepristone.
How the Supreme Court throwing out abortion rights could undo much of women's economic progress since the 1970s: 'This is going to create just a perfect storm of concentrated human misery.'
That's Republican "ethics" for you.
I ****ing hate Republicans.
Do they not see what is wrong with this?
They see women and by extension fetuses as property of men so no they don't.
Totally a normal thing to do.
Yeah, like who doesn't have multiple aborted (not children) fetuses in their house? Oh? 99% of people don't?
And this is where we are headed.
And yet, the chilling effect already happened.
Maryland lawmakers override Governor Larry Hogan’s veto of abortion expansion
The right to abortion in Colorado is now guaranteed under state law
Thanks to the new Orwellian laws in Texas, a civil case might have been brought against Ms Herrera by some “good citizen” who wanted to earn a $10,000 reward. (And perhaps that could still happen.) But as the NY Times points out, a “…section of the Texas penal code exempts expectant mothers from being charged with murder in connection with ‘the death of an unborn child.’” IOW, and as noted, there was never any legal basis to file a criminal charge. At least not yet. But give it time… The world is going to H-E-double hockey sticks.
Texas has never been concerned with the word of law, or ethics, or justice. They can and will prosecute and execute people who should never have been tried let alone convicted for crimes.
Yeah, the nurse who reported her miscarriage to the police needs to be sued into the ground.
Oh look a possible actual HIPAA violation.
Calls for HIPAA lawsuit follow dismissal of charges against Lizelle Herrera