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Abortion clinic, Attorney General argue their case at hearing on Mississippi's trigger law

Jul 06, 2022 View Original Article
  • Bias Rating

    34% Medium Conservative

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  • Policy Leaning

    34% Medium Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -26% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

47% : The plaintiffs in the suit, represented by Robert McDuff with the Mississippi Center for Justice, have requested that the Judge uphold the 1998 Mississippi Supreme Court ruling in Pro-Choice Mississippi v. Fordice, arguing that there is an independent right to abortion and that women have the right to make their own decision in matters regarding pregnancy and childbirth.
43% : On Tuesday, Special Chancelor Debbra Halford heard from both parties in the Jackson Women's Health Organization v. Dobbs case which was filed by the state of Mississippi's only abortion clinic challenging the trigger law that outlaws abortion except in the case of a formal charge of rape or to preserve the life of the mother.
42% : This meant that the Mississippi trigger law to ban abortion put the state's Attorney General on the clock to certify and publish the overturning of Roe, which Lynn Fitch did.

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