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Representative of the Democratic New York. Alexandria Occasio-Cortez Roy v. The Supreme Court condemned the decision to abolish Wade and took a special issue with the state of Arkansas for banning so many abortions after the landmark opinion was released.

Speaking on MSNBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday morning, Ocacio-Cortez said, “This decision and this approach will kill people no matter what their spin and their point of view.”

Host Chuck Todd asked a congressional woman about signing a “trigger” law banning all abortions in the state, except in the case of Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson’s mother saving lives. The law was signed after the Supreme Court voted to repeal the row on Friday.

“I do not disagree with Governor Hutchinson, but I think it’s really important to respect this idea … the governor and the Republican Party and apparently the Republican legislature in Arkansas, the life of a woman and a mother,” Ocasio-Cortez said.

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She argued that the maternal mortality rate was high in the state, and that children in poverty would “kill women if they were forced to conceive against their will.”

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Cleveland, Oh - July 19: Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson stands on stage before the opening of the second day of the Republican National Convention on July 19, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.  (Photo by Alex Wang / Getty Images)

Cleveland, Oh – July 19: Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson stands on stage before the opening of the second day of the Republican National Convention on July 19, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Alex Wang / Getty Images)
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“The state of Arkansas and Governor Hutchinson rule the state with the third highest maternal mortality rate in the United States. 71% of women who die are black. It is the state with the highest child poverty at 26%, with one in four living in poverty in the state of Arkansas.”

WASHINGTON, DC - June 24: Representative Alexandria Ocosio-Cortజ్s (D-NY) spoke with abortion rights activists before the US Supreme Court after the court announced its June 24 ruling in the Dobs vs. Jackson Women's Health Organization case.  2022 in Washington, DC.

WASHINGTON, DC – June 24: Representative Alexandria Ocosio-Cortజ్s (D-NY) spoke with abortion rights activists before the US Supreme Court after the court announced its June 24 ruling in the Dobs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case. 2022 in Washington, DC.
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“It kills them, especially in the state of Arkansas, where there is very little support for life after birth, in terms of health care, in terms of childcare and in combating poverty,” she continued.

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Protesters against life outside the Supreme Court.

Protesters against life outside the Supreme Court.
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Ocacio-Cortez called Friday’s Supreme Court ruling “illegal” and called on supporters to “take to the streets” to fight abortion.

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The Supreme Court’s ruling on Friday effectively concluding that abortion is a constitutional right came after the country’s Supreme Court ruled that the draft opinion, which was leaked in May, should be repealed.