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Wyoming Joins the Abortion Case Before U.S. Supreme Court

24 states have joined in filing an amicus brief before the United States Supreme Court stating that individual states should be left to regulate elective abortions.

Abortion is a very hot topic in the United States. Just the other day vandals painted on a Abortion sign outside Cody, Wyoming: “Fuck The babies.” So far, no arrests have taken place.

Both pro-and anti-abortion sides have been gearing up to battle not only a moral issue but a spiritual issue. To put this into a clear perspective, this is a battle of Evil Vs Good issue. A battle for the very souls of our nation. This also is happening in Wyoming, obviously.

According to the Wyoming Governor’s office, the amicus brief before the United States Supreme Court ” all agree that nothing in the text, history, or tradition of the U. S. Constitution suppports a right to elective abortion.”

The US Supreme Court now has a majority in the Justices, who are conservatives, thanks to former President Donald J Trump.

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