Hillary Says Next 2024 Target Will Be Birth Control After Alabama’s IVF Ruling

By Victor Winston, updated on February 24, 2024

A surprising decision from the Alabama Supreme Court has recently set a precedent that could reshape the landscape of reproductive rights in the United States. The court ruled that frozen embryos are to be treated as children under state law, sparking a significant debate across the nation.

Hillary Clinton, a former Secretary of State, took to X (formerly Twitter) to share her concerns about the implications of such a ruling. She reposted an article from the feminist website Jezebel, leading a discussion on the potential crackdown this decision might usher in, not only affecting in vitro fertilization (IVF) services but potentially threatening access to birth control in the future.

"They came for abortion first. Now it’s IVF and next it’ll be birth control. The extreme right won’t stop trying to exert government control over our most sacred personal decisions until we codify reproductive freedom as a human right." This statement by Clinton encapsulates a growing fear among advocates for women's reproductive rights.

The Impact on Healthcare and Beyond

The ripple effect of such legal interpretations could extend far beyond Alabama's borders. Kylie Cheung, a journalist who discussed the ruling's implications in the Jezebel article shared by Clinton, pointed out the dire prospects for healthcare services, particularly those related to reproductive health, Salon reported.

The alarming decision by the Alabama Supreme Court has not only caused public outrage but has also drawn commentary from government officials. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra echoed Clinton’s sentiments, underscoring the broader assault on women’s health, privacy, and autonomy since the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

“I’ve long made clear that overturning Roe was just the beginning of the attacks on women’s health, privacy, & autonomy — and that’s exactly what we continue to see.”

Secretary Becerra's statement highlights the pervasive concerns surrounding women's health rights at a time when judicial decisions are increasingly influencing medical practices and patient choices.

Reproductive Rights in the Crosshairs

The decision has once again brought the conversation surrounding reproductive rights to the forefront of national discourse. Advocates fear that interpreting frozen embryos as children under state law sets a precarious precedent, potentially paving the way for further restrictions on reproductive health services.

Clinton's active participation in the discussion serves as a reminder of the ongoing struggle to safeguard reproductive rights in the face of legal and ideological challenges.

Her prediction about the continued crackdown on reproductive freedoms by the "extreme right" has reignited debates on the necessity of codifying these rights into unequivocal human rights.


This court ruling, coupled with the vocal concerns of figures like Hillary Clinton and Xavier Becerra, underscores a critical juncture in the ongoing battle for reproductive autonomy and healthcare access. As legal interpretations evolve and political lines are drawn, the implications for IVF services, birth control, and overall reproductive healthcare remain a subject of intense speculation and concern.

The Alabama Supreme Court’s ruling considering frozen embryos as children has elicited a strong response from public figures and healthcare advocates alike.

This decision highlights the ongoing debates surrounding reproductive rights and serves as a potent reminder of the complexities involved in navigating the intersections of law, healthcare, and individual autonomy.

About Victor Winston

Victor is a freelance writer and researcher who focuses on national politics, geopolitics, and economics.

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