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Abortion Foes, Supporters Map Next Moves After Roe Reversal

Jun 26, 2022 View Original Article
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    6% Center

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  • Policy Leaning

    60% Very Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    78% Negative

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43% : And elected officials across the country vowed to take action to protect women's access to abortion.
42% : "I will say it publicly and I'll say it now -- I will aid and abet abortion," she said.
41% : A day after the Supreme Court's bombshell ruling overturning Roe v. Wade ended the constitutional right to abortion, emotional protests and prayer vigils turned to resolve as several states enacted bans and supporters and foes of abortion rights mapped out their next moves.
38% :Mississippi will ban the procedure except for pregnancies that endanger the woman's life or those caused by rape reported to law enforcement.
37% : In Minnesota, where abortion remains legal, Gov. Tim Walz signed an executive order to help shield people seeking or providing abortions in his state from facing legal consequences in other states.
35% :Thirteen states, mainly in the South and Midwest, already had laws to ban abortion in the event Roe was overturned.

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