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Michigan supreme court oks abortion ballot measure

 
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Michigan supreme court oks abortion ballot measure
Now it's up to the voters as it should be.

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The Michigan Supreme Court on Thursday ordered a proposal enshrining the right to an abortion in the state’s constitution be added to the November ballot, ending a partisan feud that unexpectedly erupted when a state board refused to approve the question last week.

The decision from the state’s highest court came after a four-member Michigan elections board deadlocked over whether to allow the initiative. Two Republican members on the Board of State Canvassers declined to certify the question, which required three votes, citing objections to the spacing and readability of the proposal text.

In her majority opinion, Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget M. McCormack called the actions of the opposing members on the elections board “a sad marker of the times.”
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Re: Michigan supreme court oks abortion ballot measure
so two republicans tried to to stop the vote until the Michigan SC stepped in.

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Michigan Supreme Court orders abortion rights initiative to appear on November ballot


The Michigan Supreme Court ordered Thursday that a citizen-initiative ballot measure seeking to enshrine abortion rights in the state constitution be added to the November ballot.

The court’s 5-2 ruling was issued the day before Michigan’s ballot needs to be finalized on Friday.

The order directs the Board of State Canvassers to certify the Reproductive Freedom for All petition as sufficient and eligible for placement on the ballot. This comes after the board had deadlocked on a 2-2 party-line vote on whether to certify the ballot initiative last week, leading Reproductive Freedom for All to ask the Supreme Court to intervene...
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Re: Michigan supreme court oks abortion ballot measure
Also California, Kentucky, Montana and Vermont have votes on abortion in November.
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Re: Michigan supreme court oks abortion ballot measure
It certainly is wrong to implement a 'right' to abortion in a State Constitution.

This is just an attempt to prevent the preople from having the ability to control and restrict abortion at the local level.
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Good. The whole "let's kick it to the states and then not let them vote on it" is bullshit.

You fucking dirtbags don't give a fuck about anything, so why pretend like you care about abortion.
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Re: Michigan supreme court oks abortion ballot measure
It certainly is wrong to implement a 'right' to abortion in a State Constitution.

This is just an attempt to prevent the preople from having the ability to control and restrict abortion at the local level.
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How so? If the people vote it in that's states right isn't it?
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Re: Michigan supreme court oks abortion ballot measure
It certainly is wrong to implement a 'right' to abortion in a State Constitution.

This is just an attempt to prevent the preople from having the ability to control and restrict abortion at the local level.
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How so? If the people vote it in that's states right isn't it?
 Quoting: NDFarm


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Re: Michigan supreme court oks abortion ballot measure
Now it's up to the voters as it should be.

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The Michigan Supreme Court on Thursday ordered a proposal enshrining the right to an abortion in the state’s constitution be added to the November ballot, ending a partisan feud that unexpectedly erupted when a state board refused to approve the question last week.

The decision from the state’s highest court came after a four-member Michigan elections board deadlocked over whether to allow the initiative. Two Republican members on the Board of State Canvassers declined to certify the question, which required three votes, citing objections to the spacing and readability of the proposal text.

In her majority opinion, Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget M. McCormack called the actions of the opposing members on the elections board “a sad marker of the times.”
 Quoting: NDFarm


Umm that was the whole point AND the verbage of the SCOTUS decision there farmy…always posting lefty shit…what is your point?
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Re: Michigan supreme court oks abortion ballot measure
Now it's up to the voters as it should be.

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The Michigan Supreme Court on Thursday ordered a proposal enshrining the right to an abortion in the state’s constitution be added to the November ballot, ending a partisan feud that unexpectedly erupted when a state board refused to approve the question last week.

The decision from the state’s highest court came after a four-member Michigan elections board deadlocked over whether to allow the initiative. Two Republican members on the Board of State Canvassers declined to certify the question, which required three votes, citing objections to the spacing and readability of the proposal text.

In her majority opinion, Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget M. McCormack called the actions of the opposing members on the elections board “a sad marker of the times.”
 Quoting: NDFarm


Umm that was the whole point AND the verbage of the SCOTUS decision there farmy…always posting lefty shit…what is your point?
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Point is now the people of Michigan get to vote on it after the GOP tried to stop it.





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