The Governor of Wisconsin rejected five Republican anti-abortion bills in one day after a conservative Supreme Court judge appeared to be trying to overturn the Roe v. Wade case.


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Protesters, demonstrators, and activists in the U.S. Supreme Court hear a judge on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, a lawsuit on Mississippi law banning most abortions after 15 weeks on December 1, 2021. Gather in front.Chip Somode Villa / Getty Images

  • Democratic Governor of Wisconsin Tony Evers rejected five anti-abortion bills on Friday.

  • The bill was upheld and passed by a Republican-led state legislature.

  • The veto came just two days after a conservative U.S. Supreme Court judge heard a debate in a proceeding that could overturn the Roe v. Wade case.

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers rejected five anti-abortion bills passed by the state’s GOP-led state legislature on Friday.

“I said it before, and say it again today: as long as I’m the governor, I’ll veto any law that returns the reproductive clock in this state-and it’s a promise. Evers, a Democrat who has been governor since 2019, said on Friday Tweet..

Republicans in the legislature do not hold a vote to overturn Evers’ veto, reports from Associated Press.

One of the legislation previously rejected by Evers in 2019 is criminal penalties (up to 6 years in prison) if the abortion provider does not provide significant medical care if the aborted foetation is born alive. I will impose.According to the data from, this is very rare Centers for Disease Control and Prevention..

According to the CDC, there were 143 of these cases nationwide between 2003 and 2014, and doctors said the bill was such a situation, according to AP.

Evers also rejected a bill requiring healthcare providers to provide information to parents of fetal or embryos that test positive for birth defects, AP reported. Another bill rejected by Evers would have prohibited pregnant people from seeking abortions based on gender, race, or country of origin.

Another veto bill cuts state funding for abortion providers by banning the state from classifying abortion providers as Medicaid providers, and Evers says that abortion providers are drug-induced to patients. Abortion after the first dose, according to reports, rejected additional bills that need to be told that it is possible to undo.

according to American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Such claims are not scientifically supported and are “unethical”.

Many Wisconsin rejecters came on Friday. Just two days after the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that could overturn the Roe v. Wade case, the 1973 Supreme Court’s groundbreaking ruling gave dozens of access to abortion in the United States. I have been protecting it for years.

Incident, Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization focuses on 2018 Mississippi law prohibiting abortion after 15 weeks gestation, Insider Omasedik reported.. A conservative judge in court appeared open to throwing the Roe v. Wade case during Wednesday’s oral argument.

With a conservative majority in court secured under former President Donald Trump, this year’s Republican-led state legislature across the United States Targeted abortion access.. NS Total ban on abortion after 6 weeks in Texas It was allowed to come into effect in September after the Supreme Court refused to suspend it.

Texas law Motivate Texas to sue other residents involved in abortion care As previously reported by insiders, it takes place 6 weeks after pregnancy and does not include exceptions to rape or incest.Other states including Ohio, Proposes similar measures.

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