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83 U.S. attorneys general pledge not to prosecute women who have abortions

83 U.S. attorneys general pledge not to prosecute women who have abortions



 

83 U.S. attorneys general pledge not to prosecute women who have abortions.

 

According to CNN, after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the “Roe v. Wade” ruling on the 24th and gave states the power to formulate abortion laws, a tearing scene was staged across the United States: some states quickly Abortion was outlawed, and other states pledged to defend abortion rights.

 

   83 U.S. attorneys general pledge not to prosecute women who have abortions

U.S. abortion rights supporters take part in demonstrations (file photo)

 

 

After the Supreme Court ruled, Arkansas, Ohio, Alabama, Kentucky, Oklahoma and others immediately declared abortion illegal in the state. The Oklahoma attorney general also praised the Supreme Court, calling the decision “the most life-saving decision in American history.”

 

But at the same time, 83 attorneys general from 28 states including California issued a joint statement pledging not to prosecute women who seek and perform abortions, calling the Supreme Court’s decision “unconscionable.”

 

 

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Protesters in the United States block the door of the justice’s door at night to oppose the abortion rights ruling


On June 25th, according to Fox News in the United States, on the evening of the 24th local time, many Americans gathered in front of Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home to protest the Supreme Court’s overthrow of “Road” earlier in the day. v. Wade” decision.

 

 

Brett Kavanaugh, a Republican, was the second justice nominated by Trump.

On June 8 this year, a man with a weapon appeared near Kavanaugh’s residence and threatened to kill Kavanaugh, and was arrested by the police.

Preliminary findings showed the man was angry that the Supreme Court could overturn the Roe v. Wade ruling.

 

On June 24, the Supreme Court of the United States overturned the “Roe v. Wade case” that established the right to abortion at the federal level nearly half a century ago, which means that women’s right to abortion will no longer be protected by the U.S. Constitution. dispute

 

 

 

Several injured after truck rams into abortion rights supporter in U.S.

 

83 U.S. attorneys general pledge not to prosecute women who have abortionsAbortion rights supporters during a protest in Iowa, USA (screenshot from social media)

 

According to overseas network on June 25th, according to ABC and other media reports, on the evening of the 24th local time, a truck rammed into abortion rights supporters who were holding protests in Iowa, the United States, causing many injuries.

 

At around 7:20 p.m. that night, a legal march in support of abortion rights in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, was coming to an end.

At this time, a black truck drove towards the protesters. The truck did not stop despite some people shouting and banging on the windows and hood.

A woman’s foot was crushed at the scene, and she cried so much that she couldn’t walk. Another was hit to the ground with bruises and abrasions.

 

A protester at the scene said at least four people were injured in the incident. The driver of the truck, a white man in his 50s and 60s, they believe was angered by the protest march. The Cedar Rapids police are currently investigating.

 

The U.S. Supreme Court on the 24th overturned the precedent “Roe v. Wade” that established the right to abortion at the federal level, which means that women’s right to abortion will no longer be protected by the U.S. Constitution.

With the overturn of Roe v. Wade, more than 20 states in the United States are expected to ban or severely restrict abortion, and 13 of them have abortion bans that will take effect immediately after Roe v. Wade is overturned.

 

 

 

 

83 U.S. attorneys general pledge not to prosecute women who have abortions

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