Susan Collins calls Texas’s abortion law ‘immoral,’ defending Roe v. Wade as ‘law of the land’

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, said Saturday that she believes it Texas law The ban on most abortions in the state, which came into effect last month, “is extremely, unethical and unconstitutional,” according to the Associated Press.

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And again, Collins expressed support for Roe v. Wade as “national law.” Roe v. Wade was a landmark decision that legalized abortion nationwide in 1973. This is not the first time Collins, with moderate, voice support for what has been defended by many for decades.

“I support codifying Roe,” Collins said in September, the Los Angeles Times reported. “Unfortunately, this bill … goes beyond that. It will seriously affect what is in the existing law.”

Collins was referring to a Democrat-supported bill in Congress to help abort abortion in all 50 states. Collins challenged that rule.

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Collins’ comments came as the first March woman during the presidency, Mr Joe Biden, took Washington, DC, to the Supreme Court.

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