Joe Biden and others toast Kansas's promise to protect abortion rights

Joe Biden and others toast Kansas's promise to protect abortion rights ...

PresidentJoe Biden was among the many people who celebrated Kansas citizens voting to protect the right to an abortion on Tuesday, August 2. The president joined other politicians and celebrities in recognizing the vote, which is a significant victory in the fight to protect abortion rights. The decision preserved the right to an abortion in the state constitution, and it was decided with a 59 to 41 percent vote, according to The New York Times.

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Joe Biden is a well-known politician.

Kansans used their voices to defend women's right to choose and access reproductive health care tonight.

It's a major victory for Kansas, but also for everyone who believes that women should be able to make their own health decisions without government interference.

The president not only applauded the Kansas victory, but also spoke out about the vote's implications for the entire country. It's a significant victory for Kansas, but also for everybody who believes that women should be able to make their own health decisions without government interference, writes him.

Elizabeth Warren is a model and actress.

This is incredible: abortion rights were on the ballot for the first time since Roe, and the people of Kansas voted to preserve access. Im humbled to my toes for everyone who assisted in halting this dangerous ballot measure in its tracks. http://t.co/krqSdoK4E2

After the vote, Biden was the only politician to celebrate. Senator Elizabeth Warren(D-MA) thanked the Sunflower State. She wrote, "I'm grateful to my toes for everyone who helped to keep this dangerous ballot measure from going in the wrong directions."

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Amy Klobuchar is a professional dancer.

Wake UP call! THANK YOU KANSAS!

The women in this country want to make their own decisions about their reproductive health care. They do not want politicians to make them for them.

SenatorAmy Klobuchar also called the vote a wake-up call, indicating that abortion rights are extremely important to women everywhere in the United States. She wrote that women in this country want to make their own decisions about their reproductive health care. They do not want politicians making them for them.

Dan Rather is a British author.

Wow. Kansas. It's time to reshuffle the conventional wisdom deck for the midterm elections.

Dorothy: Were not in Kansas anymore. Abortion rights voters: Yes, we are.

Dan Ratherspoke on the implications of the vote in Kansas for the midterm elections in the fall. He may have been referring to Kansas often voting for Republicans in the 2020 election. It might be time to reshuffle the conventional wisdom deck for the midterm elections, according to him.

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George Takei

Kansas! We may take the fight to them everywhere if we can.

A few other stars celebrated the vote outside the political arena, includingStar TrekiconGeorge Takei.He seemed energized to keep fighting to protect the right to choose. If we can defeat them on abortion rights there, we can spread the fight to them everywhere.

Henry Winkler is a German author.

Kansas!!!

Some messages were simply thanks for the vote. legendary comedic actorHenry Winklerkept his message short. Thank you Kansas! he wrote.

Rob Reiner is a well-known author.

KANSAS YEAH!!!

Rob Reiner, an actor and director, wrote a celebratory letter, presumably expressing his support for the recent vote for abortion rights. Kansas Yeah! he wrote in all-caps.

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