Anti-choice lawmakers are considering a bill to redefine fetal viability and end legal abortion in Tennessee.
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The Kansas Supreme Court ruling that abortion is a fundamental right has sent anti-choice organizations and lawmakers scrambling.
Jeff Sessions co-sponsored dozens of anti-choice measures during his time in the U.S. Senate. Now he wants to run again.
Some pro-choice advocates worry these bills might be the first in a “wave of bills” focused on the reason someone is getting an abortion.
“If [the personhood movement] succeeds, the people who get pregnant are going to lose their fundamental rights… to privacy, to equality, to due process of law.”
If Democrats don’t take bold action and make the federal courts an electoral priority, we will lose them for a lifetime.