SCOTUS could overturn Roe v. Wade: Central Florida reacts

VIDEO: SCOTUS could overturn Roe v. Wade: Central Florida reacts SCOTUS could overturn Roe v. Wade: Central Florida reactsCentral Florida dignitaries and politicians reacted late Monday to news that a draft opinion involving the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling circulated among Supreme Court Justices earlier this year indicating that a majority of them at that time supported overturning the case that legalized abortion nationwide, according to a report published Monday night in Politico. My full statement is below ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/M2N1talbCX — Rep. Anna V. Eskamani 🔨 (@AnnaForFlorida) May 3, 2022READ: Leaked draft opinion suggests SCOTUS could overturn Roe v. WadeRep. Val Demings“Striking down Roe v. Wade and taking away a woman’s right to make her own decisions is appalling and dangerous. We refuse to go back to being treated as second-class citizens whose personal decisions are made by politicians like Marco Rubio, who has fought relentlessly against the right of Florida women to control their own destiny. Let me be clear: I will always stand up, speak out, and fight to codify Roe v. Wade into law, no matter what.”Agriculture Commissioner Nikki FriedThe women of our country are under direct attack by right-wing radicals. We must defeat DeSantis.https://t.co/mvOsf9btxA — Charlie Crist (@CharlieCrist) May 3, 2022What You Need to Know - Roe V. Wade What You Need to Know - Roe V. Wade (NCD)Click here to download the free WFTV news and weather apps, click here to download the WFTV Now app for your smart TV and click here to stream Channel 9 Eyewitness News live.

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