U.S. Supreme Court Takes Case That Could Decide Future Of Abortion Rights 1

U.S. Supreme Court Takes Case That Could Decide Future Of Abortion Rights

 

Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights, talks with Rachel Maddow about why the Supreme Court agreeing to hear the Mississippi abortion case could be the first step in re-criminalizing abortion which has been a right for women in the United States for the past 50 years.
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37 comments

    1. @Young Goodman Brown like this person here ? (I’m pointing to the comment above me, for clarification’s sake)

    1. @Gary Hochstetler this may be trying the same thing more than once after already having a verdict. I’m not sure.

  1. I’m pretty sure if they rule in favor of Mississippi, the control of abortion would go back to the states. Not all states will ban it.

    1. @Idealyoulose the Republican welfare demographic; however, welfare fraud is rampant among white Americans

    2. @BigWill2779 Just because they are white does not mean they aren’t cut from the same cloth.

    3. @Dr. Gheese “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
      This does not say, “State law supersedes federal law.” This does say, “Powers not given to the US (federal, state, and local governments), and powers prohibited by the Constitution, are reserved to the States or the people.”
      The Constitution gives the Supreme Court the power to interpret the Constitution. The Supreme Court interpreted Roe v. Wade as a right, protected by the Constitution. Therefore, the Supreme Court’s decision, being a power granted to it by the Constitution, supersedes whatever States want to say. According to the Constitution, States rights only exist if there are no Supreme Court decisions, and no law created that opposite whatever the state wanted.
      You don’t get to twist it to fit your agenda.

    4. @kyle stephens You are obviously delusional & hateful to say my soul will burn & I earned it. Suggest you look in the mirror & rethink the hateful statement you posted for all to see. You shld be ashamed.

  2. I swear the south starting to look like real life Gilead and I’m born in raised in H-Town Texas

    1. When is the last time you were late Trey? Unmarried and in HS and your now alone. Because Jimmy Ray went too far. Personally don’t know why you don’t tell em you can get a prescription for birth control pills or get a Depo rod inserted there too. Think Pink and get CONTROL

    2. @Jahna Even a condom. However. I can tell you that if an ex rapes you and you get pregnant you’re in kind of a rough spot.

  3. Supreme Court can’t hear cases of nation wide election irregularities, but can hear one state’s abortion ruling, as early as next week? Something is wrong with this American tax paying citizens!!! So here is my award for the Supreme Court!

  4. Jesus loves and cares about you so much so repent so That we all make it to heaven.

    Like so more people can see this

    1. He does? What about all the natural abortions? What about the cancer babies? What about the genetic diseases causing misery and pain…then death…in children? You gopt zero evidence for your magic skywizard claim. None…but a book that has been revised, re-edited and been thrown together by unknown sources.

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