Doe V. Gomez
Facts regarding Doe v. Gomez
- Doe v. Gomez is the 1995 Minnesota Supreme Court ruling
which mandates Minnesota taxpayers to pay for abortion on demand, through all
nine months of pregnancy for women receiving state medical
- Doe v. Gomez disregards the Minnesota Legislature, and
the law, which it passed in 1978, restricting abortion-funding to cases of
rape, incest and threat to the life of the mother.
- Doe v. Gomez is a legal fraud. It was
without verifying that the plaintiffs, "poor women of Minnesota" even
existed, (2) by summary judgment, without a trial, witnesses or discovery, (3)
by Supreme Court Justices, who were known abortion- sympathizers, and (40 with
an Attorney General defending the lawsuit, who also was a known
- Since 1997, Minnesota taxpayers have paid for over 5000
abortions at a cost of over $1,300,000.
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Secretary of State,