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Governor Newsom uses Texas’ abortion ban as a model for gun control

California Governor Gavin Newsom (D-CA) speaks as he stands alongside Senator Alex Padilla (D-CA) (R) during a news conference on Covid-19 vaccinations and housing for homeless veterans on November 10, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP) (Photo by PATRICK T. FALLON / AFP via Getty Images)

California Governor Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.) Speaks as he stands alongside Senator Alex Padilla (D-Calif.) (R) during a news conference on Covid-19 vaccinations and veterans housing homeless on November 10, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by PATRICK T. FALLON / AFP via Getty Images)

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UPDATE 1:51 PM PT – Sunday, December 12, 2021

On Friday, the Supreme Court allowed challenges to Texas’ abortion ban to proceed in the lower courts. However, in the immediate future, the court also abandoned Texas Heart Rate Act in place, offering a $10,000 bonus to citizens who successfully sue anyone who “supports or abets” an abortion after six weeks.

Newsom argued that if states could shield their laws from review by federal courts, then California would use that authority to ban semi-automatic weapons. He said if Texas could empower people to have abortions, then California would create a bill that would allow private citizens to sue anyone who makes or sells an assault weapon.

As usual, Newsom did not provide a definition of an “offensive weapon,” but said the legislation would create a so-called “right of action” that would allow private citizens to seek ordered relief and compensation. statutory minimum of $10,000 per violation plus attorney’s fees, against anyone who manufactures, distributes, or sells assault weapons, sets, or ghost gun parts.

Newsom’s statement came after Chief Justice John Robert’s comments on Texas law. Joining the court with three liberal justices on Friday, Robert said dissenting that the Supreme Court risks losing its own jurisdiction if it allows states to sidestep the court.

Citing, he said, “the express purpose and practical effect” of the Texas law is to nullify previous court rulings on abortion and undermine the fundamental role of the Supreme Court. However, constitutionally, it empowers the states to determine.

More than two dozen states are said to be prepared to ban abortion if the Supreme Court case centered on Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban undermines Roe v. Wade, and Newsom has made it clear that he’s ready. willing to turn California into a sanctuary for these people. searching. Last week, the California Future Abortion Board released a plan with 45 recommendations for the state to consider if the Supreme Court overturns the Roe v. Wade case.

The plan includes funding for accommodation and travel for people from other states who want abortions. The head of the council, Newsom, said details of the plan would be revealed in his budget proposal in January.

Meanwhile, California is likely to see an increase in out-of-state patients seeking the procedure. CEO of Planned Parenthood California, Gilda Gonzales, estimates the number of people traveling to the state will increase by nearly 3,000 percent.

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