White House Press Secretary Jane Saki has praised a federal court ruling banning Texas abortion laws, as the White House has promised to protect them. Rowe vs. Wade.
In a statement from the White House to Politicus USA, Saki said:
Tonight’s ruling is an important step toward restoring women’s constitutional rights across the state of Texas. SB only not only explicitly violates the right to safe and legal abortion established under Rowe v. Wade, but it also creates opportunities for private citizens to interfere with that right and avoid judicial review.
In Texas and many states in this country where women’s rights are currently under attack, the fight has only just begun. That’s why President Rowe vs. Wade supports coding, why he indicated a full official response to SB to, and why he would stand by women across the country to defend their constitutional rights.
Federal court ruling means the Supreme Court cannot avoid SB8.
In addition to blocking the law that is likely to be repealed as a result of the appellate court’s conservative makeup, the ruling gets SB8 on its way to the Supreme Court. Assuming that the law is in force in the case of appeals, the Supreme Court must rule on the law.
One realizes that the Scots do not want to touch Texas law. Their shadow docket verdict has already pushed the Supreme Court’s approval rating to an all-time low, and conservative judges have said they are not biased.
The day of reckoning is coming for both the Supreme Court and the SB because, as Saki noted, the Democrats have just begun to fight.
Mr. Easy Managing Editor. He is also a correspondent for the White House Press Pool and Congress for Politics USA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His undergraduate work focuses on public policy, with specialization in the social policy reform movement.
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