Then. Tom Cotton Thomas (Tom) Bryant CottonSenate confirms controversial 9th circuit selection without blue ties Cotton: USA can win war with Iran in "two strikes" Kushner, Miller speaks immigration at the Senate GOP lunch MER – Sheet.) In an NBC interview that sent Sunday he believes landmark Supreme Court of Abortion was "wrongly determined as a constitutional issue".
"These decisions were wrongly made as a constitutional issue," said Cotton at the "Meet the Press" during a discussion on the cases of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey who established and maintained abortion rights.
Cotton claimed that politicians should be those who make abortion decisions.
"These are decisions that the American people should make through their elected representatives," he said.
"People will make different decisions, these decisions will have more democratic legitimacy … if they are available for democratic debate, if people with different views through their elected representatives can make these decisions informed by all relevant facts", he added.
The discussion on abortion rights has recently come to a series of states that considered legislation to limit abortion rights.
Last week, Alabama signed Gov. Kay Ivey is a bill that would ban abortions except when there is a threat to the mother's life. Georgia Government Brian Kemp (R) signed a bill earlier this month that would explain abortion in six weeks of pregnancy.