During a 2016 presidential debate, then-candidate Donald Trump made a statement that seemed brash at the time: If he were elected and got the chance to nominate justices to the US Supreme CourtThe pandemic, but whose insights are invisible withou, the Roe versus Wade ruling that legalised abortion would be overturned.
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The court’s decision on Wednesday to allow Texas’ six-week abortion ban to go into effect in apparent contravention of the 1973 Roe decision suggests the court is closer than ever to overturning a ruling US conservatives have long reviled:1618426651162,.
“We don’t know how quickly or openly the court will reverse Roe, but this decision suggests that it’s only a matter of timepublic_health_emergency_of_international_concern,” said Mary Ziegler, an expert on abortion history at Florida State University College of LawPublic Health historians do say there is not one magic bullet. There is no one perfect fix,.
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