It is up to the attorney general whether to defend state laws—meaning whoever wins November’s election will be able to weigh in on whether to defend, for example, the constitutionality of the state’s GOP-backed abortion restrictions if they are challenged.
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‘Anti-Choice Fanaticism’ in the U.S. Immigration System: The Real Reason Jane Doe’s Abortion Request Is Being Denied
"This case isn’t the only one—nationally, the federal government is obstructing young immigrant women’s access to abortion. It’s blatantly unconstitutional, not to mention unconscionable.”
"The gender pay gap is discrimination, pure and simple, and it will persist until we do something about it."