Supreme Court Has Opportunity To Correct ‘Historic Wrong’ With Abortion Ruling: Pence

Former Vice President Mike Pence believes the United States Supreme Court has the opportunity to right a “historic wrong” with its upcoming abortion decision.

“We are asking the Court, in no uncertain terms, to make history. We are asking the Supreme Court of the United States to overturn Roe v. Wade and restore the sanctity of human life to the center of American law,” Pence said.

Mississippi argued in its filings that the Supreme Court erred in its major abortion decisions, claiming that “nothing in constitutional text, structure, history, or tradition supports a right to abortion.” The state also argued that the court erred in ruling that state laws prohibiting abortion infringed on a woman’s right to privacy.

“Nowhere else in the law does a right of privacy or a right to make personal decisions provide a right to destroy a human life,” it said in its brief to thecourt.

In a separate abortion case, liberals were enraged that the Supreme Court did not give an opinion last week on Texas’ abortion statute, which went into effect Monday morning.

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Sonia Sotomayor, a Supreme Court justice, expressed her dissatisfaction with the court’s refusal to overturn Texas’ six-week abortion statute last month.

Because of the “urgency of the harm” the bill purportedly creates, abortion activists and providers in Texas petitioned the Supreme Court in September to hear their arguments against the Texas law, SB 8, before a final ruling in a lower federal court.

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