Ambitious pro-choice efforts likely wouldn’t pass the U.S. Senate without reform.
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Republicans Push Anti-Choice Constitutional Amendments to Circumvent Courts: Spotlight on the States
The effort to change state constitutions, making it easier for Republican lawmakers to end legal abortion, continues apace in Iowa and Wisconsin.
State Sen. Gerald Boudreaux is one of many Democrats in the Louisiana legislature who oppose abortion rights.
In an exchange on The View, Amy Klobuchar said the Democratic Party shouldn't shut out those who oppose abortion rights.
Anti-choice legislation advanced in Oklahoma and Arizona last week, and a Mississippi Republican proposed a bill even more extreme than the state's near-total abortion ban.
Democrats gathered at a forum Saturday in New Hampshire to offer their plans to fix the federal courts. They didn't have much to offer.