In the court’s most closely watched and controversial case in years, most judges held that the right to terminate a pregnancy was not in the text of the Constitution nor in the country’s history. Associate Justice Samuel Alito wrote the opinion for a 6-3 majority.
The decision immediately shifted the focus of one of the nation’s most divisive issues to state capitals: Republican lawmakers are set to ban abortion in nearly half of the states, while Democratic-led states are set to strengthen protections for the procedure. is likely to. In other words, access to abortion will depend almost entirely on where a person lives.
Jodie Sweetin pushed by police during LA protests
It was captured on video by a photographer Michael Ed, who posted the incident on Instagram. “I am so sad to see that @JodieSweetin got thrown to the ground by LAPD members as she was trying to lead a group of peaceful protesters off the freeway…” Ade captioned the video.
Video shows a woman dressed in black with a megaphone being taken to a sidewalk by police. According to NBC News, Sweetin’s publicist confirmed that she was the person in the video.
In a statement regarding the incident, Sweetin said she will “continue to fight for our rights,” according to NBC News & People.
“I am extremely proud of the hundreds of people who exercised their First Amendment rights yesterday and took immediate action to peacefully protest the vast injustice done to our Supreme Court,” Sweetin said. “Our activism will continue until our voices are heard and action is taken. This will not stop us, we will continue to fight for our rights. We ain’t free until we’re all free.”
Rita Moreno Rowe v. Wade
Rita Moreno after she became pregnant with her failed The abortion was discussed dating Marlon Brando . “Marlon found a doctor through some friends,” Moreno, 90, told Variety. “He was a real doctor — Marlon paid him $500 — of something in the back alley.opposite.”
Soon after returning home from the hospital, the “West Side Story” alum said she began bleeding profusely. The couple sought medical treatment, where doctors told Moreno she had a “turbulent pregnancy.”
“The doctor really didn’t do anything except make me bleed. In other words, he didn’t do it right. I didn’t know it then, but I could have died,” she said. “What the hell. What a terrible mess.”
Responding to the overturn, Moreno told the outlet: “I can see this happening now and going down the back alleys. I’m really nervous and horrified and horrified that this is happening. I can’t believe some of them are telling us what to do with our bodies.” The
actress noted that even though the decision made her “sad,” she’s ready to mobilize. Moreno Said, “We have to mouth harder.” “There are many of us. I’m wondering what are we going to do about this? If anything, it has re-energized us.”
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Says Michelle Obama ‘His Disappointment and Channel the anger into action.’
Michelle Obama wrote in a statement Friday that she is “heartbroken.
” heartbroken – for a teenage girl full of passion and promise who won’t be able to finish school or live the life she wants because her state controls her fertility decisions; for the mother of an unviable pregnancy who is now forced to terminate that pregnancy; Parents are watching their child’s future fading before their very eyes; To the health care workers who can no longer help them without risking jail time,” wrote the former first lady on social media.
Obama called on others to “get involved and channelize their frustration and anger into action,” sharing resources for Planned Parenthood and the United States Women’s Reproductive Justice Hub.
“Today our hearts may be broken, but tomorrow, we have to rise up and continue working towards creating a more just America that we all deserve,” she concluded. “We have a lot left to move on, to rally, to speak up – and I know we can do it together.”
Taylor Swift reposted Obama’s message on Twitter, saying she’s “absolutely scared that we’re here — that after so many decades of people fighting for women’s rights to have their bodies, today’s decision has us taken away from him.”
Maren Morris, shed Maren Morris’s tears
after the Supreme Court’s decision on Friday was announced
, “I chose to try for a child when I was 29. I waited until I was financially secure to do so, so my husband and I could provide them with everything I could said in a statement to Rolling Stone Friday: “Today, I see my two-year-old son with tears rolling down my face because all my love and planning still wasn’t enough to save him from being born in a country that doesn’t care about women. The
country star added: “Tomorrow I will fight, but today I am sad.”
Harry Styles is ‘absolutely devastated’, Hailey Bieber is ‘speechless’, and more celebrities
react talked about.
Actor Viola Davis wrote that she was “vacated” by the ruling.
“Now more than ever we have to use our voice and power! We the people,” he said.
Former “Wonder Woman” star Linda Carter called the decision “a tragedy.”
The actor tweeted, “The heartbreak this has broken is immeasurable.” But someday, hopefully soon, we find our way to a future where reproductive freedom is forever enshrined in federal law.
” Broadway star Audra McDonald.
Hailey Bieber shared a headline about the decision on her Instagram Story, saying she was “speechless.”
“What an extreme loss and despair,” she continued. “It’s really, really scary.”
Harry Styles wrote that he is “absolutely devastated for the people of America.”
“Check your friends,” he continued. “Take care of each other. We’re all in this together, and the fight is just getting started. A really dark day for America.”
Tiffany Haddish told People, “I think it’s about shutting down people of color. I think it’s a way to jail more people, and I also think it’s about women.” There’s a way to control the body. So I’m going to run for Congress. I’m going to write a bill that would make it illegal for men to masturbate. How about that?”
Haddish also revealed his plans to adopt soon. She said, “Once I finish both of these, I get two more films and then I adopt.” “If I’m going to be a parent, I want to be the current parent.”
Lizzo tweeted that she is pledging $500K to Planned Parenthood and abortion organizations from the proceeds of her upcoming tour. She said Live Nation Entertainment, a ticket sales corporation, has agreed to match her donations, totaling $1M.
“Nobody, not the government, not the politicians, the Supreme Court should not block abortion, birth control and access to contraceptives,” read a tweet from the official Pearl Jam account, which featured lead singer Eddie Vedder about abortion during a concert. A video was also shown speaking about the rights.
“People should have the freedom to choose,” the post added.
“People will still get abortions,” Padma Lakshmi wrote”These procedures will not stop just because Roe v. Wade is reversed. It will only stop safe, legal abortions from happening.”
tweeted, “This is devastating news for families – men and women – who believe the government should not decide when and with whom to parent. Elizabeth Banks” “This is the end of this fight for human rights.” not the end.”
Citing the Supreme Court’s decision to repeal a New York law
, some had only a few words to share.
“Abbott Elementary” star and producer Quinta Brunson wrote
“This is really happening,” Shonda Rhimes tweeted
“I’m devastated,” Keke Palmer wrote
“At this time I have nothing good to say DeBos tweeted
You don’t need 280 characters today,” said actor Josh Gad . “Just one word: rage”
Late actor Paul Walker‘s daughter Meadow revealed on Instagram she had a miscarriage in 2020. demanded an abortion. It’s a very personal and personal experience – just the way it should be,” she said, noting that it allowed her to “become the happier and healthier person” she is today.
Meadow called Scottus’ decision Said “heartbreaking,” in a world that constantly marginalizes women, this feels like the biggest attack of them all. Banning abortion doesn’t prevent abortion, it prevents safe abortion.”
” I hope the 53% of white women who just couldn’t vote for Hillary Clinton are happy that they just made sure their daughters grew up in #Gilead,” Nicole Browna reference to the dystopian country fromGave. “A woman’s right to choose is a health decision. A personal health decision. I am a Christian and know this.”
“They did it. They did it to us!” wrote Bette Midler. “#SCOTUS has reversed #RoevWade, which has been enshrined in the Constitution as a law established for over 50 years. How dare they? This #SCOTUS is the will and even the real needs of the American people #WakeUpAmerica”
author Stephen King called the court’s 6-3 conservative division “the best Supreme Court of the 19th century ever.”
“This Supreme Court is an absolute disaster,” Patricia Arquette said”From giving people the right to carry guns to taking away women’s right to autonomy over their bodies. We weren’t reactive, we saw it coming.”
Cry Vs Wade
The artist premiered her song “TV” at a Manchester show earlier this month, which featured the song, “The internet’s wild watching movie stars on trial / While they’re reversing Roe v. Wade.”