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Too bad the U.S. Supreme Court couldn’t have found a way to strike a **** against global warming..... Since when is it the Supreme Court's duty to create law? Under the legal system established by the U.S. Constitution, the power to make laws is vested in Congress and retained by state legislatures. It is not the role of the Supreme Court to substitute the policy preferences of its members for those expressed in laws enacted by the people's elected representatives. The role of the judiciary in constitutional review is to determine if the law being challenged infringes on a constitutionally protected right, ******** was never a constitutionally protected right. "Now with the country-wide right to abor tion no longer in effect" There was never a "right" to an abor tion. Most of the states allow ********s under certain conditions, only 9 states ban abor tion outright.

Those who believe ********s should be banned are nutz, those who believe abor - tions should be allowed up to the moment of birth are nutz, most of US live somewhere in the middle. The SCOTUS left it to the citizens, through their elected representatives to decide, isn't that Democracy?

From: Women's rights | Tom Camfield

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