US President Joe Biden has signed an executive order to expand the right to abortion and strengthen privacy.
He called it a “moment to defend the country from extremists,” he said, targeting the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling to repeal the right to abortion.
U.S. President Joe Biden has issued an executive order to respond to the Supreme Court’s decision to repeal the right to abortion.
Expanding access to abortion pills and enhancing patient privacy is key.
In addition to ensuring the safety of patients seeking an abortion-related facility outside of his state of residence, it also includes measures for free defense in case of legal disputes.
By ensuring the rights of those who travel out of the state for health care, they will offset the effects of the abolition of the right to abortion.
In a speech, President Biden was outraged, referring to the fact that a 10-year-old girl who was recently raped in Ohio and pregnant had a procedure in Indiana because of strict abortion restrictions.
Joe Biden, President of the United States, “Some states don’t allow exceptions to rape or incest. This is not an imaginary horror, it’s already happening. Should a 10-year-old girl give birth to a rapist?”
President Biden aimed at justices who overturned the Law v. Wade case, saying that now is the time to restore lost rights and protect the country from extremists.
He also called for Democrats to support the Democrats in the November midterm elections, saying that the fastest solution now is to enact a law to protect the right to abortion in Congress.
Conversely, he also mentioned the situation in which Republicans are pushing for a bill to ban abortion at the federal level, and he vowed to block it even if it passed Congress.
Joe Biden, President of the United States said “It won’t happen as long as I’m president, because I’m going to veto it.“