US NEWS: The U.S. considers emergency contraceptive benefits if the high court rejects abortion rights

WASHINGTON, May 4 – U.S. President Joe Biden’s management is looking at grants that will help finance the extension of emergency contraception as a possible response if the Supreme Court overturns a 1973 ruling authorizing abortion nationwide, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said on Wednesday.

“What we have done so far … where we have seen the boundaries … is for example emergency grant prizes, which provide funding to increase access to emergency contraception,” Psaki told reporters at a press conference.

The amended decision of the U.S. Supreme Court, leaked late Monday, showed the majority of judges determined to challenge the 1973 Roe v decision. He even defended the rights of abortions. On Tuesday the court confirmed the authenticity of the leaked document.

President Joe Biden urged voters on Tuesday to protect the rights of abortion by supporting those who support them in the mid-November elections.

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