States can decide to ban abortion after the Supreme Court overrules the landmark Roe v Wade case.
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The ruling doesn't affect abortion rights, liars. It just makes it a state decision.

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Nope! Allows states to decide instead, thus not forcing people to pay for it if they don't want to regardless of the state they live in. If Libs don't like it, there are many places available in California at the moment!

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Get rekt baby killers.

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God's babies, not yours to murder. One billion babies have been murdered since abortion became widespread in the 1970s. All these babies will be resurrected as adults into God's kingdom. But their mothers (and some of their fathers too) will have a lot of repenting to do before they'll be allowed in. And if they don't repent, the place where they'll be spending eternity won't be a good one.

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Hey Limeys! Stay in your lane. This doesn't end abortion rights in the US. It reverts the decision to allow or ban abortions back to the state level where it belongs. If you are a whore and can't keep your legs closed and just need to kill a baby then go to a deep blue state.

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Uh... what constitutional right? Oh, looks like they edited the headline.

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Show me please where there is a "constitutional right to abortion" - that's first. When you find it (you won't), THEN I'll show you the clause that indicates that those rights enumerated in the constitution and granted to the federal government are ALL THEY GET. The rest belong to the people, and to the several states. Roe v. Wade usurped the states' authority UNCONSTITUTIONALLY. We need MORE of these rulings from the Supreme Court so that STATES become their own again...as opposed to being technical extensions of the federal government.

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BBC: "Roe v Wade: US Supreme Court ends constitutional right to abortion"

WRONG; IT NEVER EXISTED IN THE FIRST PLACE!!!!!!!

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