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June 27, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – In two tweets, Hillary Clinton called the Supreme Court's Whole Woman's Health decision “a victory for women” and promised to defend “women's health” against more stringent health regulations for abortionists.

Each tweet was signed “H,” an indication that the Democratic presidential candidate wrote the message herself.

The Supreme Court announced this morning that it had struck down a Texas law requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital and abortion facilities to meet the same health conditions as ambulatory surgical centers.

Shortly after hearing of the decision – which was written by Justice Stephen Breyer, a Bill Clinton appointee – Hillary Clinton tweeted:

She immediately followed up:

President Barack Obama and Planned Parenthood had released nearly identically worded statements, calling the ruling a “win for women.”

Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards had previously stated:

Their messages came the same day the Democratic National Committee announced that the final draft of the 2016 Democratic Party platform “champions Planned Parenthood health centers and commits to push back on all Republican efforts to defund it.”

Shortly after the decision was handed down, Clinton hosted a joint campaign appearance in Ohio with Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, a darling of the party's progressive base and a potential vice presidential running mate.

“This election is about values,” Sen. Warren said