abortion rights activists will rally this weekend to mark the 50th anniversary of roe v. wade
It’s been 50 years since the US Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision that guaranteed the constitutional right to abortion, and seven months ago the court’s now conservative majority struck it down. In Florida, this weekend a rally will be held to make the headlines of abortion access again.
The last summer when the law was sent back and dropped then the circumstances in the USA had changed rapidly for abortion. Some states have banned the process outright, and many others restrict the law.
Ron DeSantis Governor signed legislation in July that prohibits abortion after 15 weeks in Florida. In some extreme circumstances, this may be allowed. But the law’s moratorium was in place for nearly all abortion policies in Florida.
In August an appeals court overturned a temporary injunction that had blocked the new law. The Constitution of Florida has a portion that has a clause that protects the right to privacy this was asked by a group coalition to the Supreme court of Florida to demand access to abortion.
So, this weekend world will see demonstrations across the state of Florida. Anna Eskamani Democratic State Representative will lead the match in Orlando.
Anna Eskamani showed her dismay that they were all living in a country where half the population had lost their lives. The Republican-controlled legislature of Florida approved a 15-week ban the previous year.
Florida’s Republican-controlled legislature approved a 15-week ban last year. But in some serious cases and abnormalities, they will provide some relaxation. But at the same time, they are not going to give any exemption to the victim of rape or human trafficking.
The Senate president is protesting and demanding to reduce the week to 12 weeks, While other anti-abortion activists are pushing for even tighter restrictions.
On the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Vice President Kamala Harris will give a speech about it!