"People don’t need the state to force them to think about their family-making plans, people already do that naturally."
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“If Roe is reversed, the legality of abortion is left up to the states and, at present, only seventeen states affirmatively protect the right to abortion. That’s why lawmakers are acting now.”
New Jersey's incoming Democratic governor has vowed to restore the Planned Parenthood funding, calling it “mission critical” and a matter of “life and death.”
It's a strange opinion from an attorney and law professor. Because we know what happens when abortion is banned or inaccessible.
President Donald Trump's most powerful attorneys are arguing in Hargan v. Garza that the federal government has the right to unilaterally block access to abortions for undocumented minors in its custody. This sets up a direct attack on Roe’s legacy.
“When you’re telling [doctors] they need to provide [abortions] a certain way but not telling them how, it’s going to scare them away from providing care at all."