Latest Abortion News: Ruling on Roe v. Wade Takes Effect
Law enforcement officers used tear gas to break up a group of protesters outside the Arizona State Senate building following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The Arizona State Senate was occupied by violent pro-abortion protestors who tried to break into the building. Law enforcement officers fought off the protestors and prevented a dangerous situation for the senators, staff, and public inside the building.
The left is showing everyone what a REAL “Insurrection” looks like right now in Downtown Phoenix.
This is domestic terrorism. The Arizona national guard should have been deployed hours ago, @DougDucey
Arrest these animals immediately. They are out for blood. pic.twitter.com/RI8uNrioVz
— Kari Lake for AZ Governor (@KariLake) June 25, 2022
Arizona lawmakers confirmed the use of tear gas outside the building, and were met by heavily-armed officers. They resumed their legislative schedule in a secure room.
WATCH: Police fire tear gas towards pro-choice protesters in Phoenixpic.twitter.com/VfNvdXeQYC
— BNN 🇺🇸 Newsroom (@BNNUS) June 25, 2022
Planned Parenthood of Arizona paused all abortions as of June 24, and seven of nine licensed providers in the state immediately halted abortions.
The state Senate’s Republican majority said Friday that the old law totally banning abortion is enforceable, and that the Arizona Supreme Court will have to settle the issue of which law takes precedence.
For more on this story, please consider these sources:
- Latest Abortion News: Ruling on Roe v. Wade Takes Effect The New York Times
- The woman who brought down Roe vs. Wade wants to take abortion battle to California Yahoo News
- A stunning moment in American history decades in the making will reshape politics CNN
- Democrats lived rent-free for 50 years off Roe v. Wade The Arizona Republic
- Supreme Court abortion ruling conflicts with public opinion Axios
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