Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2022-06-24 11:31:14 –
The US Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade case on Friday, ending 49 years of constitutional protection against abortion.
“It’s absolutely scary to overturn the 50-year precedent,” said Sara Godrevsky, Wisconsin Treasury Secretary and Democratic U.S. Senator candidate.
“It’s a relief for us who have fought for decades,” Republican governor candidate Rebecca Kleefisch told WTMJ Steve Scaffidi.
Jurein Apring, President of Wisconsin Family Action, said:
— Governor Tony Evers (@GovEvers) June 24, 2022
Today is remembered as one of the darkest days in SCOTUS history. Women die as a result of this destructive decision by these Trumpian judges.
— Alex Lasry (@AlexLasryWI) June 24, 2022
The Supreme Court withdrew the Roe v. Wade case. There is no reason to put women at risk and bring us back in time. Congress needs to act now, wasting enough time.
— Mandela Burns (@TheOtherMandela) June 24, 2022
My statement about today’s decision. pic.twitter.com/cweY1sIBao
— Tim Mitchells (@michelsforgov) June 24, 2022