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Justice Thomas is clear: this will not stop at Roe v. Wade.
This is an all-out assault on the right to privacy and due process afforded to Americans.
Established rights — to use contraception and to marry the person you love — are at risk. https://twitter.com/kylegriffin1/status/1540339085230968834
Clarence Thomas writes, in a concurring opinion, that the Supreme Court should reconsider Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell — the rulings that now protect contraception, same-sex relationships, and same-sex marriage.
Actually nearly 70% of Virginians oppose new restrictions on abortion. Yet the Governor/party that professes to care about parental rights wants to take away the fundamental right to decide whether to even become a parent. https://twitter.com/governorva/status/1540351110061428736
My statement on Supreme Court’s Dobbs Ruling Announcement:
This includes @ReElectWittman.
This November, let’s elect a congressman that doesn’t need a presidential pardon to stay in office. https://twitter.com/january6thcmte/status/1540082565096284161
Days after the Capitol attack and the final attempt to overturn the election, Members of Congress requested pardons.
Five days after the attack on the Capitol, Representative Mo Brooks requested pardons for himself, Representative Gaetz, and others.
I’m tired of fighting the same fights as my parents, grandparents and great grandparents. But if I have to fight them so my children don’t have to, I will keep on fighting! https://twitter.com/raststephen/status/1540391934660861954
@JennMcClellanVA spoke about #roeoverturned in Virginia Capital. She is incredibly upset her daughter will grow up to have fewer rights than she did. I think we all are. DO SOMETHING
We must take immediate action to safeguard womens' rights and protect reproductive health care. The Senate MUST join the House in passing the Women’s Health Protection Act. Today’s decision is tragic, but we must keep fighting to protect Americans’ rights and freedoms.