A group that stands in support of one of the issues of the Michigan Ballot that would legalize abortions in the state is all set to appeal to the Supreme Court of the State of Michigan.
The aforementioned decision comes after a deadlock was faced on Wednesday over the approval of the issue for the upcoming ballot to take place in November.
The amendment was voted against by two Republican members and voted for by two Democratic members on the Canvassing Board of the State.
Michigan’s state Board of Canvassers has rejected a ballot initiative seeking to enshrine abortion rights in the state’s constitution, after its two Republican members voted against putting the proposed constitutional amendment on the November ballot. https://t.co/mhgsMBWv3h— The Associated Press (@AP) August 31, 2022
A renowned Abortion Rights Advocate group, Reproductive Freedom For All, which has managed to gather more than 700,000 signatures so far, has decided to approach a Democratic-leaning High Court.
The Abortion Rights Advocate group had earlier started a petition before the June judgment that overturned Roe v. Wade.
As soon as the Roe v. Wade overturn was passed by the Supreme Court of the Land, an Abortion-banning regulation that had existed in 1931, got into effect.
The Anti-abortion advocates have spoken against the amendment stating that the language of the petition has multiple errors. Kansas voters had earlier voted against an amendment that could have allowed the state to completely ban abortion.
Referendums are supposed to take place on the issue of Abortion rights in various states, including Kentucky and California.