Biden vows to sign abortion rights with two more Democrat senators: ‘I promise you’

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Peter Kavinsky

President Joe Biden said Friday he would sign legislation that restores women’s reproductive rights to the state they were in before the Supreme Court overturned. Roe x Wade if voters elect two more Democrats to the US Senate in November.

“If you give me two more senators in the United States Senate, I promise, I promise, we will code roe and once again do roe the law of the country,” said Biden, who was addressing attendees at a Democratic National Committee event at the headquarters of the nation’s largest teachers union, the National Education Association.

Because of Senate rules that effectively require a supermajority of 60 votes to pass most laws, Democrat-sponsored bills to protect a woman’s right to seek an abortion have languished in the upper house. But with a majority of 52 votes, Democrats can change Senate rules to allow that legislation to receive a positive or negative vote on the Senate floor.

With 46 days until voters determine whether Democrats will retain control of the House and Senate, Democrats are leaning towards reproductive rights as a signature issue for their closing campaign.

The focus on abortion – and the promise to codify the quarterly structure established in the framework Roe x Wade The case that the Supreme Court rejected last summer gave Democrats a boost in polls that led some to believe they could defy history by keeping one or both chambers on Capitol Hill.

Biden urged the crowd of supporters at NEA headquarters to consider “what’s on the ballot” in November, citing a list of three issues: abortion, gun control and social security.

“The power to get things done is in the hands of the American people, especially the women out there,” he said. “I think MAGA Republicans have no idea of ​​the power of American women. Let me tell you something: they are about to find out.”

Since the Supreme Court struck down roe and gave states the ability to force women to carry an unwanted pregnancy to term, 13 states have now implemented complete bans on abortion procedures. Nearly half of all states have at least some limits, a total ban, or have tried to enact one.

Some Republicans, including South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, have pushed for a nationwide ban on abortion, although Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has suggested that the abortion issue should remain a state law.

President Joe Biden said Friday he would sign legislation that restores women’s reproductive rights to the state they were in before the Supreme Court overturned. Roe x Wade if voters elect two more Democrats to the US Senate in November.

“If you give me two more senators in the United States Senate, I promise, I promise, we will code roe and once again do roe the law of the country,” said Biden, who was addressing attendees at a Democratic National Committee event at the headquarters of the nation’s largest teachers union, the National Education Association.

Because of Senate rules that effectively require a supermajority of 60 votes to pass most laws, Democrat-sponsored bills to protect a woman’s right to seek an abortion have languished in the upper house. But with a majority of 52 votes, Democrats can change Senate rules to allow that legislation to receive a positive or negative vote on the Senate floor.

With 46 days until voters determine whether Democrats will retain control of the House and Senate, Democrats are leaning towards reproductive rights as a signature issue for their closing campaign.

The focus on abortion – and the promise to codify the quarterly structure established in the framework Roe x Wade The case that the Supreme Court rejected last summer gave Democrats a boost in polls that led some to believe they could defy history by keeping one or both chambers on Capitol Hill.

Biden urged the crowd of supporters at NEA headquarters to consider “what’s on the ballot” in November, citing a list of three issues: abortion, gun control and social security.

“The power to get things done is in the hands of the American people, especially the women out there,” he said. “I think MAGA Republicans have no idea of ​​the power of American women. Let me tell you something: they are about to find out.”

Since the Supreme Court struck down roe and gave states the ability to force women to carry an unwanted pregnancy to term, 13 states have now implemented complete bans on abortion procedures. Nearly half of all states have at least some limits, a total ban, or have tried to enact one.

Some Republicans, including South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, have pushed for a nationwide ban on abortion, although Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has suggested that the abortion issue should remain a state law.

President Joe Biden said Friday he would sign legislation that restores women’s reproductive rights to the state they were in before the Supreme Court overturned. Roe x Wade if voters elect two more Democrats to the US Senate in November.

“If you give me two more senators in the United States Senate, I promise, I promise, we will code roe and once again do roe the law of the country,” said Biden, who was addressing attendees at a Democratic National Committee event at the headquarters of the nation’s largest teachers union, the National Education Association.

Because of Senate rules that effectively require a supermajority of 60 votes to pass most laws, Democrat-sponsored bills to protect a woman’s right to seek an abortion have languished in the upper house. But with a majority of 52 votes, Democrats can change Senate rules to allow that legislation to receive a positive or negative vote on the Senate floor.

With 46 days until voters determine whether Democrats will retain control of the House and Senate, Democrats are leaning towards reproductive rights as a signature issue for their closing campaign.

The focus on abortion – and the promise to codify the quarterly structure established in the framework Roe x Wade The case that the Supreme Court rejected last summer gave Democrats a boost in polls that led some to believe they could defy history by keeping one or both chambers on Capitol Hill.

Biden urged the crowd of supporters at NEA headquarters to consider “what’s on the ballot” in November, citing a list of three issues: abortion, gun control and social security.

“The power to get things done is in the hands of the American people, especially the women out there,” he said. “I think MAGA Republicans have no idea of ​​the power of American women. Let me tell you something: they are about to find out.”

Since the Supreme Court struck down roe and gave states the ability to force women to carry an unwanted pregnancy to term, 13 states have now implemented complete bans on abortion procedures. Nearly half of all states have at least some limits, a total ban, or have tried to enact one.

Some Republicans, including South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, have pushed for a nationwide ban on abortion, although Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has suggested that the abortion issue should remain a state law.

President Joe Biden said Friday he would sign legislation that restores women’s reproductive rights to the state they were in before the Supreme Court overturned. Roe x Wade if voters elect two more Democrats to the US Senate in November.

“If you give me two more senators in the United States Senate, I promise, I promise, we will code roe and once again do roe the law of the country,” said Biden, who was addressing attendees at a Democratic National Committee event at the headquarters of the nation’s largest teachers union, the National Education Association.

Because of Senate rules that effectively require a supermajority of 60 votes to pass most laws, Democrat-sponsored bills to protect a woman’s right to seek an abortion have languished in the upper house. But with a majority of 52 votes, Democrats can change Senate rules to allow that legislation to receive a positive or negative vote on the Senate floor.

With 46 days until voters determine whether Democrats will retain control of the House and Senate, Democrats are leaning towards reproductive rights as a signature issue for their closing campaign.

The focus on abortion – and the promise to codify the quarterly structure established in the framework Roe x Wade The case that the Supreme Court rejected last summer gave Democrats a boost in polls that led some to believe they could defy history by keeping one or both chambers on Capitol Hill.

Biden urged the crowd of supporters at NEA headquarters to consider “what’s on the ballot” in November, citing a list of three issues: abortion, gun control and social security.

“The power to get things done is in the hands of the American people, especially the women out there,” he said. “I think MAGA Republicans have no idea of ​​the power of American women. Let me tell you something: they are about to find out.”

Since the Supreme Court struck down roe and gave states the ability to force women to carry an unwanted pregnancy to term, 13 states have now implemented complete bans on abortion procedures. Nearly half of all states have at least some limits, a total ban, or have tried to enact one.

Some Republicans, including South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, have pushed for a nationwide ban on abortion, although Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has suggested that the abortion issue should remain a state law.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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