With Roe v. Wade overturned, Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr is poised to continue using the office of the Attorney General to curtail women’s reproductive rights – against the will of over two-thirds of Georgians who oppose overturning abortion rights.
After lending legal support to the U.S. Supreme Court case that just gutted Roe v. Wade, Carr has promised to “continue to vigorously defend” Georgia Republicans’ dangerous six-week abortion ban currently under court review.
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As the Supreme Court considered the current case that gutted Roe v. Wade, Carr publicly urged the court to dismantle the right to abortion.
Carr is still in court trying to push through HB 481, Georgia Republicans’ 2019 abortion ban, which would outlaw abortion before most individuals even know they’re pregnant.