Pro-choice activists rally at the State Capitol against a Texas law that bans abortions after six weeks, which the U-S Supreme Court let stand and opponents warn could become a template for Minnesota. Former state Representative Erin Maye Quade with Gender Justice says Texas allows lawsuits against anyone who performs abortions, or aids and abets them:
“Citizens can be sued by other citizens for exercising their constitutional rights, and this is incredibly alarming. We now know that Roe -v- Wade is no longer in effect in every state in the United States.”
Pro-life activists point out a fetus has a heartbeat at six weeks, and on the battlefield or in the emergency room, people rush to help those with a heartbeat.