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Old 25-06-2022, 17:59   #106
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Re: U.S Supreme Court overturns (Roe v Wade) legalised abortion

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/supreme...-travel-costs/

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Large U.S. companies reacted Friday after the Supreme Court overruled Roe v. Wade, with a slew of corporations vowing to expand health benefits to cover employee travel expenses to obtain abortions.

In the wake of the high court ruling, Walt Disney on Friday said it would cover employee travel costs for "family planning" for employees who can't access care where they live, including "pregnancy-related decisions." Disney employs 195,000 people, including about 80,000 in Florida…

… After a draft of the Supreme Court decision upending the 50-year precedent was leaked in early May, companies including MasterCard, Paypal and Starbucks said they would help pay for employees who needed to travel to seek reproductive services.

After several states enacted restrictive reproductive health care laws, companies including Amazon, Apple, Citigroup, Microsoft and Salesforce said they would reimburse workers who get abortions in other states.
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Old 25-06-2022, 19:09   #107
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Re: U.S Supreme Court overturns (Roe v Wade) legalised abortion

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Lawrence vs Texas will be the one they go for...
I would be surprised if they did any time soon. I think that while a couple of them would like to do so they must be aware of the damage it would cause if they suddenly started overturning loads of 'liberal' rights. The point is precedents are meant to be hard to overturn and the court is meant to be a slow process. Not to go gangbusters based on the political leanings of the judges at the time.
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I would be surprised if they did any time soon. I think that while a couple of them would like to do so they must be aware of the damage it would cause if they suddenly started overturning loads of 'liberal' rights. The point is precedents are meant to be hard to overturn and the court is meant to be a slow process. Not to go gangbusters based on the political leanings of the judges at the time.
Lets hope someone has told them that
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abortion all wrong but mass shootings no can never do anything stop that shocking what hypocrites
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Re: U.S Supreme Court overturns (Roe v Wade) legalised abortion

The Supreme Court is not meant to be there to give out new rights that didn't exist when the original Constitutional Right was introduced. That is for State or Federal legislation to do.
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The Supreme Court is not meant to be there to give out new rights that didn't exist when the original Constitutional Right was introduced. That is for State or Federal legislation to do.
Hmm, last part not strictly true, a caveat to this is the Supreme Court has the power to strike down laws that are not Constitutional. So Congress can write a new Federal law, but the Constitution is the bedrock to any such laws being legitimate and once this is taken to Scotus, usually when someone takes government to court, they can rule on them being Unconstitutional, once that happens, laws go out of effect.
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Its the ultimate hypocrisy that the same people who are in favour of people being able to have virtually unlimited weapons of death, are the same people imposing a law that prohibits women having a choice with childbirth. Whatever the circumstances.
They are truly twisted.
or .... the people opposing weapons of death [ownership] want to legalise killing unborn children.

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