The "Baby Q" Project || Sam J. McClure, Esq. Interviews Catherine Davis

Published June 1, 2021

Rumble The "Baby Q" Project is an effort to save the lives of Pre-Born Black-American babies. Alabama attorney Sam J. McClure, Esq. interviews "Restoration Project" President and "National Black Pro-Life Coalition" Executive Member, Catherine Davis to discuss this important effort.

The Alabama "Baby Q" class-action lawsuit tackles Roe v. Wade from eugenics and states' rights argument. Sam McLure, the plaintiffs' attorney in "Baby Q", et al. v. Gov. Kay Ivey and AG Marshall, et al., said it's important to fight Roe. v. Wade from the state level, because the federal ruling legalized abortion nationwide regardless of state laws already in place.

McLure said the "Baby Q" case rests legally on the U.S. Constitution’s Ninth Amendment, which says the U.S. Constitution does not abridge or abrogate rights that previously existed as common law, and the Tenth Amendment, which states that matters not covered in the U.S. Constitution are left to the states.