Join America's Roundtable co-hosts Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy with the Honorable Phil Bryant, former Governor of the State of Mississippi (2012-2020) covering key issues of our day including the Dobbs Supreme Court case, the leak of Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization overturning Roe v. Wade, America's national security crisis at the nation's southern border, the Republic's economic decline and the war in Europe.
On March 19, 2018, Governor Phil Bryant signed the Gestational Age Act (H.B. 1510) into law. This bill was introduced by Mississippi Representative Becky Currie, a registered nurse. The bill received bipartisan support in both chambers of the legislature.
Before becoming the state’s chief executive, Phil Bryant was lieutenant governor, state auditor and represented his legislative district in the Mississippi House of Representatives. Governor Bryant began his career as a deputy sheriff in Hinds County and is a great proponent in strengthening America’s constitutional principles — the rule of law, and standing firm for the significance of life, and liberty.
Governor Bryant serves on the leadership board of International Leaders Summit and is a distinguished guest contributor of America's Roundtable.
“The ability to obtain an abortion would not disappear across the U.S. It might in some states, but in some of those states there are already relatively few clinics that perform abortions. The likeliest result is a multiplicity of laws depending on how the debate and elections go. California might allow abortion until the moment of birth. Mississippi might ban it except in cases of rape or incest.This is how the American system is supposed to work, as the late Justice Antonin Scalia often wrote. After a series of elections, abortion law will sort itself out democratically. That had started to happen before the Supreme Court intervened in Roe, embittering the abortion debate and damaging the Court. In Dobbs the Court can say that such a profound moral question should be decided by the people, not by nine unelected judges.”
— The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board, April 26, 2022 | Abortion and the Supreme Court — This is the moment for the Justices to turn the issue over to the voters.
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