Amy Coney Barrett overturns Roe v. Wade
November 2, 2020 7:30 PM
Glenn R. Geary, Jr.
“The political arena is heating up for a battle – ever since the confirmation of My chosen – Amy Coney Barrett.” – Yeshua Ha Mashiach
“The targets of this agenda are the President, the Supreme Court Justice My chosen One and the rank and file members of Congress.” – Yeshua Ha Mashiach
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Barrett has never ruled directly on abortion, but she did vote to rehear a successful challenge to Indiana’s parental notification law in 2019. In 2018, she voted against striking down another Indiana law requiring burial or cremation of fetal remains. In both cases, Barrett voted with the minority. The Supreme Court later reinstated the fetal remains law, and in July 2020 it ordered a rehearing in the parental notification case.
In February 2019, Barrett joined a unanimous panel decision upholding a Chicago “bubble ordinance” that prohibits approaching within a certain distance of an abortion clinic or its patrons without consent. Citing the Supreme Court’s buffer zone decision in Hill v. Colorado, the court rejected the plaintiffs’ challenge to the ordinance on First Amendment grounds.
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