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Tennessee Republicans are pushing for the end of legal abortion in the state of 6.7 million people if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes a blow to Roe vs. Wade.
Evangelicals are back before the Roberts Court fighting for the ability to flout anti-discrimination laws—and any others they disagree with.
One Democrat supported a bill introduced by Texas Republicans that would prohibit state agencies from penalizing workers who refuse to provide services based on religious belief.
A campaign backed by Colorado's house GOP leader aims to recall Democrats due in part to a sex-ed bill described as a “state indoctrination plan to undermine parental rights to educate their children about sexuality."
Wednesday's filing to the Supreme Court presents a way to both affirm precedent and avoid a big abortion rights fight at the Court next year.