Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, mentioned Saturday that she believes the Texas regulation banning most abortions within the state, which took impact final month, is “extreme, inhumane and unconstitutional,” in line with the Associated Press.

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In addition, Collins voiced help for Roe v. Wade because the “law of the land.” Roe v. Wade is a landmark choice that legalized abortion throughout the nation in 1973. It’s not the primary time Collins, a reasonable, has voice help for what many conservatives have opposed for many years.

“I support codifying Roe,” Collins mentioned in September, the Los Angeles Times reported. “Unfortunately the bill … goes way beyond that. It would severely weaken the conscious exceptions that are in the current law.” 

Collins was referring to a Democrat-backed invoice in Congress to assist guarantee abortion entry in all 50 states. Collins opposed that invoice. 

Collins’ feedback got here as the primary Women’s March throughout President Joe Biden’s presidency took on Washington, D.C., on the Supreme Court.