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Biden Speaks Out on Leaked SCOTUS Opinion, Says Right To Choose Is 'Fundamental'

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Biden Speaks Out on Leaked SCOTUS Opinion, Says Right To Choose Is 'Fundamental'

Biden Speaks Out on Leaked SCOTUS Opinion, Says Right To Choose Is 'Fundamental'

Biden Speaks Out , on Leaked SCOTUS Opinion, , Says Right To Choose Is 'Fundamental'.

Biden Speaks Out , on Leaked SCOTUS Opinion, , Says Right To Choose Is 'Fundamental'.

President Joe Biden implored Congress to codify 'Roe v.

Wade' through legislation in his first remarks since the leak.

The draft opinion of Justice Samuel Alito that would effectively overturn 'Roe v.

Wade' was leaked by Politico on April 2.

Roe has been the law of the land for almost fifty years, and basic fairness and the stability of our law demand that it not be overturned, President Joe Biden, via CNN.

At the federal level, we will need more pro-choice Senators and a pro-choice majority in the House to adopt legislation that codifies Roe, , President Joe Biden, via CNN.

... which I will work to pass and sign into law, President Joe Biden, via CNN.

After Biden's remarks, Chief Justice John Roberts issued a blistering statement that confirmed the authenticity of the draft opinion.

Referring to the leak as a "betrayal," Roberts also stated that neither the opinion expressed nor the vote was final.

Regardless, Biden stated that administration lawyers were working on responses to "the continued attack on abortion and reproductive rights.".

We will be ready when any ruling is issued, President Joe Biden, via CNN.

Biden reiterated his administration's commitment to the defense of 'Roe v.

Wade.'.

We said that Roe is based on 'a long line of precedent recognizing 'the Fourteenth Amendment's concept of personal liberty ... , President Joe Biden, via CNN.

... against government interference with intensely personal decisions, President Joe Biden, via CNN.

Biden articulated his stance on abortion and a woman's right to choose in 'Promises to Keep,' his 2007 memoir.

I personally am opposed to abortion, but I don't think I have the right to impose my view -- on something I accept as a matter of faith -- on the rest of society, President Joe Biden, via CNN


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