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President Joe Biden sounded the alarm that authorities in states will begin arresting women who cross state lines to get an abortion, warning, “It’s going to happen!”

On Friday afternoon, the president convened what the White House dubbed “a virtual meeting with Governors to discuss efforts to protect access to reproductive health care” in the South Court Auditorium of the White House, in response to the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision on Dobbs v.

Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which effectively overturned Roe v. Wade.

New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham spoke at length about her state’s efforts to provide “a safe haven” for women seeking reproductive health care, after which the president picked up on her remarks.

Well, Michelle, you’re already standing up for folks on neighboring states. It matters. It matters a lot. And one of the things that I’m finding is that we are looking, again in the process, we’re in the process of looking at all the alternatives, including the sovereign nation question.

But there’s going to be a lot more that’s going to come through. I mean, I think people are going to be shocked when the first state, the first state that tries to arrest a woman for crossing a state line to get health services. And I don’t, I don’t think people believe that’s going to happen. But it’s going to happen! And it’s going to, it’s going to telegraph to the whole country that this is this is a gigantic deal that goes beyond — I mean, it affects all your basic rights. And so at any rate, I thank you for all your all you’re already doing.

The president also ripped the Supreme Court during a press conference in Madrid, Spain to conclude the NATO summit Thursday, telling reporters that “The one thing that has been destabilizing is the outrageous behavior of the Supreme Court of the United States, in overruling not only Roe v. Wade, but essentially challenging the right to privacy.”

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Tyreek Hill Gets Fiscal in Explaining Why He Chose the Dolphins Over Jets: Those State Taxes

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill explained why he chose to be traded to south Florida from the Kansas City Chiefs, rather than the New York Jets.

The Dolphins will face their AFC East rival Jets this Sunday at MetLife Stadium, the first game between the two organizations since both teams tried to land the star wide receiver in a trade. Hill had his choice of which organization he wanted to get traded to and he picked the Dolphins. Hill signed a four-year extension worth up to $120 million.

Hill met with the media and was asked how close he was to a trade that would have sent him to New York instead of Miami. He cited a very practical reason for opting for the latter destination.

“It was very close to happening,” Hill said. “But those state taxes.”

Indeed, Florida does not have state income taxes. And Hill was very conscious of the bottom line, among other factors, in making his choice.

“I realized I had to make a grown up decision,” Hill added. “Here I am in a great city of Miami, great weather, great people, well beautiful people, I feel like. So here I am.”

#Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill (@cheetah) said a trade to the #Jets ‘was very close to happening’ this offseason ‘but it was those state taxes man’ ???? you gotta respect the honesty ????????‍♂️ ???? @MiamiDolphins #FinsUp #TakeFlight #MIAvsNYJ

— Paul Andrew Esden Jr (@BoyGreen25) October 3, 2022

The trade and signing has paid off big for Miami. Four weeks into the NFL season, Hill leads the league in receiving yards with 477, 71 yards more than the second place wideout.

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