Sen. Tom Cotton Thomas (Tom) Bryant CottonSenate confirms controversial 9th Circuit pick without cotton briefs Cotton: US could win with Iran in 'two strikes' Kushner, Miller talk immigration at Senate GOP lunch MORE (R -Ark.)
"Those decisions were wrongly made as a constitutional matter," Cotton said on " Meet the Press "during a discussion on the cases of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey that established and upheld abortion rights.
Cotton argued that politicians should make the ones on abortion.
"These are the people who are being reprimanded," he said.
"People are going to make different decisions". They are trying to make more democratic legitimacy … if they are available for democratic debate "he added.
Last week, Alabama Gov.
The abortion rights debate has come to the forefront. Kay Ivey (R) signed a bill into law that would ban abortions except when there is a threat to the mother's life. Georgia Gov.