Editor, DL Mullan
SCOTUS / Women's Rights / Constitutional Republic
Honorable Chief Justice Roberts and Justices,
"The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people."
Many states hold in their Constitutions that their residents shall not be forced into a medical system, however, the Court has deemed that states can now force women into a not only a medical system championed by the government, but by a theocratic disposition.
How can rights and refusal stand simultaneously? In a Constitutional Republic such as the United States, individuals hold the power and rights. It matters not what other people believe about how someone exercises that right, religion does not enter into the discussion.
Do women have rights or privileges?
Under Amendment IX, the Constitution and our Founders believed that rights are inherent upon the individual. So how can the Court deny the document for which they are supposed to adhere to?
Thank you for your time,
DL Mullan, Editor
Sources: Politico, Cornell Law School,