The new abortion law in Alabama and measures that are expected in other countries are examples of "encouraging" parliamentary parliamentary legislation by the Supreme Court, Brett Cavano, who takes up a seat in the Supreme Court, according to Mark Tissen.
The former speaker of George W. Bush added that the opposition of the Obama administration's ruling party led to a resurgence of the republican majority in the state capitol during his time at the White House.
"Republican legislations pass laws that limit abortion for more than a decade, because during Obama, the Republicans had an unprecedented takeover of state legislations," he told the "Special Report".
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However, Thiessen clarified that, even with the new conservative majority in the Supreme Court, he does not see the highest draft of the nation taking over legislation that would challenge Roe's decision. Wade from 1973.
Alabama Governor Kei Ivy, a Republican, signed the law on state legislatures on Wednesday for a majority of the party.
"You [elect] pro-life governors and will choose for life legitimate supermajorities; they will pass pro-life laws, "Thiessen told the" Special Report. " "
"The difference is, they were … they made an access manual because they knew that Anthony Kennedy would alleviate everything he did. Now, you have Brett Cavanaugh in the yard, and they become encouraged and put this incrementalist approach."
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Tizen continued, saying that the Supreme Court did not have to take all the cases presented to him. "If a federal judge says [a pro-life state law] is unconstitutional, [the Supreme Court] he can choose not to do so. "
He also said he believed the Supreme Court did not want to regret the Roe v. Wade, "and they will not be forced to state."