Petition To End Roe Presented At Supreme Court Today With Quarter Of A Million Signatures

Susan Michelle-Hanson

While the Supreme Court doesn’t publicly open its doors until next week, today it began meeting behind closed doors, and there were several outside who have waited for this moment to present their own case, so to speak. The Moral Outcry is a petition to end abortion, which has garnered a quarter of a million signatures in just over two years since its inception. The petition’s founders, Melinda and Denny Thybault, along with Attorney Allan Parker of The Justice Foundation, and many others, rallied at the courthouse today and released the petition as they prayed for the Supreme Court to take one of the cases that could overturn Roe v. Wade.

Live Action News first reported on The Moral Outcry petition in June of 2017 when it launched essentially as a grassroots effort, a long time coming in leading up to the opening of the Supreme Court this fall.

According to a news release from The Moral Outcry, “The Supreme Court Justices will be meeting a private conference in the court building [Oct.1]. This will not be open to the public, but they will decide some of which cases they agree to hear arguments in and which cases they reject for the 2019-2020 Term. The Supreme Court will publicly open its 2019-2020 Term on October 7 but the Justices will actually be in the Court on October 1.”

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