Abortion access didn't make the cut during Tuesday's debate in Iowa among presidential candidates who have pledged to take radical steps to fight back against Republican attacks on reproductive health care.
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After incorporating reproductive rights and justice into his plan to reform the U.S. criminal justice system, Julián Castro said Thursday that he would suspend his presidential campaign.
According to Americans United for Life and conservative lawmakers, everyone expects the Supreme Court to end legal abortion eventually, so why wait when the Court could do so this summer in June Medical Services?
Progressive organizations are pressuring Republican leaders to pause judicial nominations, while signs suggest Republicans intend to double down on stacking the judiciary with Trump judges.