Las Vegas, Nevada 2022-06-24 13:35:05 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) — Issued by the Supreme Court Judgment overturning Roe v. Wade Allows the state to make individual decisions about abortion on Friday morning.
In Nevada, the right to have an abortion within 24 weeks of gestation is codified by state law, but many local Nevada agencies and organizations have issued various statements in response to court decisions.
Nevada Republican “Today, the US Supreme Court has made a historic decision to overturn decades of federal overkill and return the right to regulate abortion to the state. We praise and continue to advocate this decision. Nevada for the dignity of life.
“Despite the Democratic misinformation, access to abortion in Nevada will not change until 2024 at the earliest,” the Republican Party said.
On the other side of the political passage, Nevada Democratic Party He blamed the decision “without hesitation, without reservation”.
“There is no word that can capture our anger at this rude ruling. For half a century, the Law vs. Wade case not only protected the Americans’ right to control their bodies, but also the Americans. It has also acted as a breakwater for the freedom of countless individuals to protect dignity and privacy, “the party said in the news. release. “We recognize that our right to reproductive care is protected by Nevada law, but we are familiar with Republican tactics that make abortion virtually impossible by disability, restrictions, and bureaucracy. It’s too much. “
Las Vegas Diocese Issued a statement from Bishop George Leo ThomasWork on the parish’s commitment to the rights of newborn children.
“In the eyes of God, the life of every human being is sacred. God has a plan for all, all mothers, and all newborn children. The church is from conception to natural death. , Believe in the sacredness of human life. Both born and unborn children have the right to survive, “said Bishop Thomas.
Senator Catherine Cortez Mast I also blamed the ruling. She said in her statement: Today is a devastating day for American women. People in dozens of states across the country live under extreme abortion bans, threatening access to critical care across the United States, which is absolutely unacceptable. Women need all kinds of assisted reproductive technology services to make important decisions about physical and mental health, physical and financial future, and family well-being. “
“The majority of Nevadans agree. I will continue to fight for reproductive rights and push back radical laws that rob people of essential medical care,” said Senator Mast.
Mark AmodeiThe only conservative member of the House of Representatives in Nevada, reaffirmed his commitment to Nevada’s choices on this issue.
Amodei said in a statement: Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization In this case, the US Supreme Court ruled that abortion was not a constitutional right and therefore allowed abortion to be regulated as appropriate by each state. I’m personally a pro-life and have a strong record of pro-life votes in Congress, but the Nevadans voted in a referendum in 1990 and legalized abortion beyond the minimum standards for abortion. .. Roe v. Wade.. Nevadans have changed these abortion laws, Dobbs vs Jackson Judgment, this must be done through the proposed voting initiative. “
Congressman Steven Horsford Repeated similar feelings in his statement:
“The Supreme Court’s decision to end the protection of the Roe v. Wade case is unprecedented. For the first time in history, the Supreme Court of the land has rolled back the rights it had previously guaranteed. It is believed to be the body that expands and guarantees the rights of Americans in the face of turmoil. Instead, it has become the arm of politicians and ideologies. In the opinion of Judge Clarence Thomas in this ruling. , The order is even clearer, suggesting that the court needs to reconsider other views protecting access to contraception and the rights of LGBTQ + people to marriage and privacy. “
Congressman Hoesford continues: Abortion remains legal in Nevada, thanks to the protection enshrined by voters in 1990 with an overwhelming margin. However, as other states have revoked their right to choose, we may see our health care system tense when women travel to Nevada for safe treatment.
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