Show-Me Ohio Abortion Victory Foreshadowing Missouri GOP FAIL

Right now Missouri Republicans are playing for time against an impending abortion vote. 

Like it or not, the delay against an abortion petition effort to amend the Show-Me state's constitution is slowing losing legal ground.

This isn't a progressive battle cry . . . Leading Republicans are on record warning their colleagues they will lose this battle if it makes it to the polls. 

And now . . .

A recent victory in Ohio proves this axiom correct. 

Here's the postscript and a teaching moment going forward into the 2024 showdown . . .

What they're saying: President Biden said in a statement late Tuesday that the result meant that Ohio voters had "rejected an effort by Republican lawmakers" and special interest groups to change the state's constitutional amendment process.

  "This measure was a blatant attempt to weaken voters' voices and further erode the freedom of women to make their own health care decisions," he added. "Ohioans spoke loud and clear, and tonight democracy won."

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Abortion rights groups claim victory in Ohio special election

Ohio voters decisively rejected Issue 1, which would have made it tougher to amend the state constitution.

4 takeaways from abortion rights advocates' Ohio win | CNN Politics

Abortion rights advocates on Tuesday won a critical victory in Ohio, beating back a measure that would have made their push to enshrine abortion rights in the state's constitution more difficult.

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