- Biden met virtually with the governors of Connecticut.
- “Congress will ultimately have to act to codify Roe into federal law”
- Nationwide, “this is going to go one way or the other”.
President Biden challenged voters to support representatives who will codify Roe v. Wade safeguards into federal law. Also, face a GOP-controlled Congress that will attempt to ban abortion statewide.
Just a week after the Supreme Court announced its decision to hand back control of the abortion debate to the states after nearly 50 years.
The president met virtually with the governors of Connecticut, New York, Colorado, California, North Carolina, New Mexico, Illinois, Washington, Oregon, and Rhode Island on Friday.
As a result of the terrible overturning of Roe v. Wade. Biden stated on Friday that he however collaborated closely with the governors to “defend women’s rights.”
Biden stated, “I share the public fury over this radical court that is determined to regressing America with fewer rights. But this is not over, as I stated last week.
Additionally, Biden stated that the administration will act and protect the woman’s right to that medication.
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The filibuster should not stand in the way of us being able to do what Biden emphasized. He added that “Congress will ultimately have to act to codify Roe into federal law.”
Biden emphasized that Democrats need more lawmakers to be elected in November in order to bring this bill to my desk.
So the decision is simple, Biden declared. Republicans will attempt to outlaw abortion nationwide unless voters choose senators and congressmen who will uphold Roe. Nationwide.
After November, “this is going to go one way or the other.”