Candidates are going to court and advocates are taking to the streets as recounts proceed in Florida.
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A series of cases challenging state-level bans on the most common form of second-trimester abortion are lining up to potentially be the next big test of abortion rights at the Supreme Court.
There’s little doubt Josh Hawley, who has worked for years to undermine abortion rights, will push his anti-choice views in the U.S. Senate.
Recounts were triggered late afternoon Thursday in races for Florida's governor, U.S. Senate, and Commissioner of Agriculture.