Washington, DC – In an op-ed published by the Washington Examiner, Florida Congressman Daniel Webster R-Clermont, illustrates how the Dobbs decision is more than a historic win for life, it’s also a testament to the American experiment and system of government.
“The Supreme Court’s opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization is not just the culmination of nearly 50 years of hard work by the pro-life movement — it’s also a testament to the American experiment. At a time when trust in our institutions is low and some question whether our system of government itself is broken, this decision reaffirms that the American experiment is a government of the people, by the people, for the people.
“Our system of government is composed of three co-equal branches. It is the job of the legislature to write laws, the executive to uphold and enforce laws, and the judiciary to interpret laws. Because the Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution does not grant any right to abortion, the 10th Amendment leaves it up to states to make laws regarding the protection of life.
“Dobbs is not just a monumental step forward for human rights in the United States. It is also a restoration of federalism…”
Read the full op-ed here.