Quick guide to 2020 culture war debate and legal challenges . . . We start with latest big stakes SCOTUS case and reference local lady rights, healthcare, and the most barbaric medical "procedure" in the history of Western Civilization for which all humanity might one day have to explain . . .
EPIC Abortion Argument
The Supreme Court this week gets a fresh look at its recently decided ruling on abortion access, a challenge to a controversial Louisiana law that will now be decided anew in the middle of a presidential election year. What the justices say on the politically and socially charged issue could be the start of potential legal rollback of broader abortion rights.
Prez Trump Promise At Stake
President Donald Trump pledged during his 2016 election campaign that he would appoint justices to the Supreme Court who would "automatically" overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark abortion decision. Four years later, Trump is seeking reelection, and his two appointees, Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, will determine whether that promise is kept.
Show-Me Waiting Game
Three Missouri House Democrats have filed bills that would prevent physicians from performing "mandatory and invasive" medical exams. House Bill 2475 sponsored by Rep. LaKeySha Bosley, D-St. Louis, House Bill 2617 sponsored by Rep. Jon Carpenter, D-Kansas City and House Bill 2713 sponsored by Rep. Crystal Quade, D-Springfield, all have the same language and goal.
Kansas Guv Kelly Champions Better Healthcare For Everybody But The Unborn
TOPEKA, Kansas - A pressure campaign led by Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly aims to force Republican Kansas Senate President Susan Wagle to drop her blockade of a vote to expand Medicaid. A majority of state senators back the plan, virtually assuring its passage if Wagle allowed a vote.
Tragic Alternative Care
"I remember one woman who arrived and asked, 'Is this the clinic?' And we were like, 'What clinic?'" Lizy and the woman who helped her to end her pregnancy met at a Starbucks in León, the largest city in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato.
Fine, Let's Just Ban Masturbation, Too: Female Legislators' Recent Strategy for Fighting Abortion Laws
As the Utah state senate advanced a law last week that could one day ban almost all abortions, one female legislator tried to slow its passage with an eleventh hour amendment: outlawing "a male from causing an ejaculation to occur outside of a vagina." Under the bill, most abortions would become illegal if Roe v.
You Can Still Vote for Elizabeth Warren if You Think She'd Be the Best President What Happens to Early Votes Already Cast for Klobuchar and Buttigieg?
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