The people vote on these things. Or vote for who they have as representative. So the people by states have the power as outlined in the constitutionLess for the SCOTUS, more for the states. Either way it is government telling you what you can and can’t do which is what you Trumpers cry about daily. Remember the whole mask thing? Vaccines? Remember? Or do you have selective memory?
Still government telling you what to do, correct? Funny how you are cool with government interference as long as you agree with their decisions. Funny Trumpers.The people vote on these things. Or vote for who they have as representative. So the people by states have the power as outlined in the constitution
By that rationale , you are only fine with anarchy . In a Republic you have elected representatives by the people. That's what we are .Still government telling you what to do, correct? Funny how you are cool with government interference as long as you agree with their decisions. Funny Trumpers.
Then quit crying about “too much government interference”. You Trumpers are only happy when you get your way.By that rationale , you are only fine with anarchy . In a Republic you have elected representatives by the people. That's what we are .
Sorry you slept through separation of powers. The supreme court is part of the judicial branch. They don't make laws
You have like 100k worth of posts on here on your various names. And have said goodbye about 5 times already. Maybe you should go for real this time. Read a book about the 3 branches of government to learn something about their rolesActually in the pool now. Beach in a little bit. But keep crying about abortions on Yappi. See ya fools!!
You're missing the point.
At best this is significant conjecture on your part, and at worst is straight up false. The typical abortion runs about $800-1000. Looking at the map of the trigger law states, every one of them is no more than 500 miles from a state where abortion would be available. That's about $200 in gas round trip and around $100 (or less) for a night in a hotel. At $15/hr wage, (assuming no PTO, which an increasing number of companies say they would provide) that's another $200 in take home pay. So, an additional $500 in cost at most. So no, it's not "a lot less than having to pay transportation/lodging/wages." Basically it's a few hundred extra dollars on top of the $800-1000 that they were already prepared to spend.Whatever cost presently paid is still a lot less than having to pay for transportation, lodging, etc. and missing work at a lower-wage job to travel if you're in a state/region where the political geography dictates traveling several hours to theoretically have a procedure.
See above. Yes it would increase, but "dramatically" is likely a good sized helping of hyperbole.The cost relative to their personal means just increased dramatically.
I'm no fan of abortion, but one big problem I have with where this is heading is it will by default create unequal accessibility based upon socioeconomics, with the net result being more children born into impoverishment, a growing burden on the welfare state, and even more entrapment in the poverty/welfare generational cycle.
Dang dude, How many times can you say goodbye? Trolling shouldn't be this important to ya. Where the hell is my lemonade? Here Boy!! Here Boy!! Roll over!! Roll over!! Good Boy!!!!!!!!Actually in the pool now. Beach in a little bit. But keep crying about abortions on Yappi. See ya fools!!
Does this include people who say "defy the Supreme Court"?"Section Three of the amendment, gave Congress the authority to bar public officials, who took an oath of allegiance to the U.S. Constitution, from holding office if they "engaged in insurrection or rebellion" against the Constitution."