December 1, 2022

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Interruptions in the Senate of U.S. Law to Legalize Abortion

Interruptions in the Senate of U.S. Law to Legalize Abortion

A bill to legalize abortion across the United States was introduced in Congress. In the 100-member Senate, President Joe Biden’s Democrats failed to get the 60 votes needed to pass the bill.

As expected, the opposition in the Republican Party was very strong. With 49 votes in favor of the bill and 51 votes against, not even half of the votes were cast. Not only did all Republicans reject the bill, but Joe Manzin of the controversial Democrats, along with other Democrats, abstained. Manjin has Many times in the past Broke own party.

Rather, it is a small vote. “Unfortunately, the Senate has failed to protect the right of women to be allowed to make decisions about their bodies,” Vice President Kamala Harris later told Senate Buildings. President Joe Biden said: “Republicans choose to stand in the way of the right of American citizens to make the most personal decisions about their bodies, families and lives.”

During the vote, several female House Democrats marched on Capitol’s halls.

A law proposed by Democrats would cover the right to abortion. They fear a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the coming weeks after a leak revealed that a majority of judges want to get rid of the iconic Rowe Wade ruling that includes the right to abortion in the United States.

If this is the end result, it is up to the US government to decide whether abortion is permissible. Republican states are already in the process of blocking or drastically reducing entitlement.

Most Americans believe that abortion should be legal in all or most circumstances.

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A protest march led by Madeleine Dean, Nikema Williams and Veronica Escobar.

Photo: REUTERS