On Friday, President Biden signed an executive order to protect abortion rights in response to the Supreme Court's historic decision overturning
Roe v. Wade
Joe Biden stated, the order is an interagency effort that will ensure access to abortion treatment, and guard patient privacy.
He further added, this order will also create an interagency task force to utilize "every federal tool available to protect access to reproductive health care."
According to the White House, this action will also improve public education strengths and improve safe and available legal decisions for those seeking abortion service.
The President presented a fictional scenario that he believed would likely explain the post-trial risks.
After the ruling of the US Supreme Court, Biden could do nothing to restore abortion rights nationally and publicly accepted that his ability to increase access to abortion remained restricted.
Still, Democrats and their supporters are urging the White House to take a tougher stance on abortion regulation.
The White House has rejected some liberal ideas to defend abortion rights, including allowing abortion providers to work on federal property in states that ban abortion.