"This is just not America. We're not about taking rights," Xavier Becerra said Sunday of the Court's decision to overturn the landmark abortion rights case.
President Joe Biden's evolving views on abortion have come under scrutiny in the wake of the SCOTUS's Roe v. Wade ruling.
A reproductive health care center announced Saturday it will stop providing abortions at its four clinics in Texas, after a court upheld a 1925 abortion ban.
Seeking an abortion will become more difficult for victims, including young girls, in a post-Roe world, critics argued.
A letter from DHS advised Mattie Walker to desist with "any conduct deemed harassing/threatening in nature" when communicating about the federal government.
The attorney general's threat comes as St. Louis and Kansas City have prepared measures to provide funds to people seeking abortions outside of the state.
The president had earlier signaled support for an exception to the Senate's filibuster rule in order to codify abortion rights.
State courts are the focus of several legal fights to determine how a state's constitution defines liberty and right to privacy in relation to abortion access.
"I don't care how long you 'worked' to seize control of people's bodies," the Democrat tweeted to the senator. "That right belongs to individuals, not you."
The petition, initially focused on Justice Clarence Thomas's failure to recuse himself, has now been updated to comment on the recent Roe V. Wade ruling.
"I think every f****** man needs to be louder about the rights of women," Bautista told TMZ Sport.
It's difficult to imagine how the pro-abortion forces will make the Dobbs decision, or the abortion question generally, part of the midterm election.
The time for playing jurisprudential and judicial defense is over.
A Missouri clinic has seen a 900 percent increase in vasectomy consultations since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday.
"When you look at the ridiculous Kabuki theater now of justice confirmation...they are now the Fox News of justice," said Stewart.
The hospital reversed its decision hours later after a "further review" but would monitor any changes that may take place.
"Today is a day for bold, decisive action," the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, one of the protest's organizers, captioned a video of the demonstration.
President Biden is now intent on codifying Roe v. Wade after the Supreme Court's ruling, but Senator Kyrsten Sinema remains against filibuster reform.
The president has voiced support for exceptions or changes to filibuster rules in order for voting rights legislation to progress in the Senate.
According to Stern, Cooper expressed concern about running as "another white male," before reportedly agreeing to be on the radio host's presidential ticket.
Jackson will be sworn in as the Supreme Court's 116th justice at the end of a momentous period that saw the court overturn the landmark ruling.
Former President Donald Trump saw his recent Supreme Court winning streak end after justices ruled 5-4 in favor of President Joe Biden's immigration policy.
President Joe Biden said he would support changing filibuster rules in order for Congress to codify abortion rights.
British morning show host Lorraine Kelly said that Meghan "has things to say" and an "astonishing platform" that makes a political future a possibility.
The commentator also took aim at Democrats in general, saying they are "no longer an obstacle to the destruction of our liberty that the Republican Party is fighting so aggressively for."
The destruction of women's rights, minority rights, and other civil liberties took only a matter of months. Distraught and bewildered, people took to the streets to protest but they were met with batons, teargas, and bullets. Four decades later, the war on women and minorities still continues in Iran.
In the immediate aftermath of the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, President Joe Biden was quick to make alarmist global comparisons.
"Millions of babies will be saved from death by abortion due to the overturning of Roe V. Wade. Hallelujah!" the actress wrote on Instagram.
"Slow clap for the heroism involved in advocating for the killing of the unborn en masse by singing in front of people for money," Shapiro said of Rodrigo.