Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Topline Wyoming’s abortion ban will remain blocked in court as the litigation against it moves forward, a state judge ruled Wednesday, as abortion providers file a string of lawsuits aiming to halt state-level bans that went into effect following the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. Key Facts Wyoming: A state judge issued a preliminary injunction on Wednesday blocking the state’s trigger law, which banned all abortions in the state with exceptions for rape, incest and medical emergencies, after previously pausing the law for just two weeks, siding with abortion providers who argued the law was overly vague and ruling it “lacks any guidance” for providers who are unsure if a patient they have can legally get an abortion. Kentucky: A state judge issued a restraining order on June 30 that blocked both the state’s total ban on abortion and a separate ban on the procedure after approximately six … [Read more...] about Wyoming Abortion Ban Blocked In Court—Here’s Where State Lawsuits Stand Now
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin The Roe v. Wade decision is top of mind for the public sector, many business leaders— even scientists. The Turnaway Study conducted at the University of California at San Francisco, found that receiving an abortion does not harm the health and well-being of women. In fact, it found that being denied an abortion results in worse financial, health and family outcomes. Another study by JAMA Psychiatry found that women seeking and being denied abortions reported significantly more mental health issues eight days later. They suffered more anxiety, poor self-esteem and low life satisfaction—but similar levels of depression—as women receiving abortions. Rumblings In The Workplace In response to the Roe v. Wade ruling, several leading companies like Apple, Citigroup, Netflix and Salesforce are expanding healthcare benefits. “In the workplace, the reversal of Roe is not only an issue impacting the health and well-being of … [Read more...] about Companies Not Changing Health Benefits Despite Roe V. Wade Ruling, Study Finds
Trends will do : Roe v. Wade plantifff never had an abir Norma McCorvey (L), known as "Jane Roe" in the 1973 landmark Roe vs Wade ruling that expanded abortion rights in the US. The deeply divisive Supreme Court ruling overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade verdict, that upheld the abortion rights of women, has triggered outrage around the world. The Roe v. Wade verdict had come out in 1973 on an appeal filed by a Texas waitress Norma McCorvey, who became known by her pseudonym Jane Roe. McCorvey wanted to terminate her pregnancy but the laws of Texas prohibited her from doing so. So she filed a suit in 1970 against Henry Wade, the district attorney of Dallas county. The Supreme Court ruled in her favour but the verdict came in 1973. By that time, she had birthed a daughter and given her up for adoption. Later in her life, the very woman whose case led to a landmark court order became an Evangelical Protestant and supporter of the anti-abortion movement. Close … [Read more...] about Roe v. Wade plaintiff could not have abortion due to late court ruling
SIREN… UNPRECEDENTED SUPREME COURT LEAK SIGNALS END OF ROE… POLITICO: Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows The Supreme Court has voted to strike down the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, according to an initial draft majority opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito circulated inside the court and obtained by POLITICO. The draft opinion is a full-throated, unflinching repudiation of the 1973 decision which guaranteed federal constitutional protections of abortion rights and a subsequent 1992 decision – Planned Parenthood v. Casey – that largely maintained the right. “Roe was egregiously wrong from the start,” Alito writes. “We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled,” he writes in the document, labeled as the “Opinion of the Court.” “It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives.” […] The document, labeled as a first draft of the majority opinion, includes a notation that it was … [Read more...] about Editor Daily Rundown: Unprecedented Supreme Court Leak Signals End Of Roe V. Wade
Calling all Patriots! We want to hear from YOU to help shape our coverage. Our Patriots are the most loyal readers of the Daily Caller, and we want to make sure we’re getting feedback about what we can do better, and what stories you’d like to see us cover. The Supreme Court is poised to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision that granted women the right to an abortion, according to a Feb. 10 draft majority opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito that was obtained by Politico . While the vote is not final and potentially subject to change, the draft opinion reportedly showed four justices joining with Alito and three dissenting. Patriots, how do you think the Supreme Court will rule after the leak? Let us know in the form below. Don’t forget. Patriots gather at The Daily Caller Patriots War Room to participate in thoughtful discussion. Also, you can always reach out to us directly through: [email protected] com . Take advantage of your subscription . … [Read more...] about Calling All Patriots: How Do You Think The Supreme Court Will Rule After The Roe V. Wade Draft Opinion Leak?
Republican-led states are contending with challenges to their laws restricting abortion, despite the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade with June’s Dobbs v. Jackson decision. Government officials and activists have attacked pro-life legislation in Louisiana, Kentucky, Idaho, Kansas and elsewhere, according to the Associated Press . Such laws have faced court challenges to their active status as judges weigh their constitutionality. Voters in Kansas rejected a proposed state constitutional amendment on Tuesday that would have declared abortion was not a right according to the state’s constitution. The measure also sought to deny state constitutional protection of government abortion funding. (RELATED: EURO HYPOCRISY: Leaders Condemn Roe Reversal But Have Stricter Abortion Laws Themselves) The Justice Department (DOJ) sued Idaho Tuesday over a state measure scheduled to be effective Aug. 25, arguing it violates the federal Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor … [Read more...] about Roe May Be Gone, But Red States Still Face Major Roadblocks On Abortion Bans
Calling all Patriots! We want to hear from YOU to help shape our coverage. Our Patriots are the most loyal readers of the Daily Caller, and we want to make sure we’re getting feedback about what we can do better, and what stories you’d like to see us cover. In the wake of the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion that could overturn Roe v. Wade, protests have erupted all across the country from Supreme Court justices’ private residences to West Coast churches . White House press secretary Jen Psaki seemed to have difficulty condemning protesters’ intimidation tactics. It looks like we may be in for another summer of unrest. Patriots, how far do you think the Roe v. Wade protests will go? Let us know in the form below. Don’t forget. Patriots gather at The Daily Caller Patriots War Room to participate in thoughtful discussion. Also, you can always reach out to us directly through: [email protected] com . Take advantage of your subscription . This is … [Read more...] about Calling All Patriots: How Far Do You Think The Roe V. Wade Protests Will Go?
Facebook logo (Representational) Facebook sparked outrage by complying with US police probing an abortion case, boosting simmering fears the platform will be a tool for clamping down on the procedure. Criticism built after media reports revealed the social networking giant had turned over messages key to a mother being criminally charged with an abortion for her daughter. Advocates had warned of exactly this kind of thing after America's top court revoked the national right to abortion in late June, as big tech companies hold a trove of data on users locations and behaviour. Jessica Burgess, 41, was accused of helping her 17-year-old daughter to terminate a pregnancy in the midwestern US state of Nebraska. She faces five charges -- including one under a 2010 law which only allows abortion up to 20 weeks after fertilization. Close The daughter faces three charges, including one of concealing or abandoning a corpse. Yet Facebook owner Meta defended itself … [Read more...] about Outrage after Facebook turns over teen’s chat history on abortion to cops
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Topline President Joe Biden on Wednesday outlined an executive order to protect access to abortions—his second such order since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade—in a move that primarily seeks to protect and assist women seeking abortions across state borders. Key Facts According to the White House, a key provision of the order will direct the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to ensure that Medicaid can be tapped to fund abortions for women who are forced to travel out of state to access them. States where abortions remain legal will be able to request Medicaid waivers from the HHS to cover the costs of providing services to out-of-state women, ABC News reported , citing an unnamed Biden administration official. The HHS will also be ordered to engage with health care providers to help clarify their obligations in light of the Supreme Court ruling on abortions and ensure that they … [Read more...] about Biden Will Issue Second Executive Order To Protect Abortion Rights
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Topline Abortion is the biggest reason Americans are taking to the streets in public protests, according to a new Gallup poll released Wednesday, as states grapple with ballot measures and court rulings deciding the fate of the procedure. Key Facts Of the 39% of Americans who say they would join or organize a protest, 31% listed abortion as the reason for protesting, followed by Black Lives Matter (22%), women’s rights (19%), civil or equal rights (11%) and other government issues (10%), according to the Gallup poll . Even though it’s not a significant jump from the 36% of people who were urged to join protests in 2018, the reasons for the protests have changed substantially, from 17% who named women’s rights in the early months of the “Me Too” movement, 13% who said gun control, 13% who said immigration, and only 6% that said abortion. Abortion showed the biggest leap in polling (up 25 percentage points … [Read more...] about 4 In 10 Americans Inclined To Protest—Mostly Over Abortions, Poll Finds