Columbus files brief with Supreme Court for 29 cities and counties opposing Mississippi abortion law

Sep 21, 2021 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

48% : "Politicians opposed to abortion have been working for decades to shift the balance of the court for just this moment: the opportunity to overturn 50 years of precedent under Roe v. Wade and end access to safe, legal abortion," Aileen Day, communication director of Planned Parenthood Advocates of Ohio, said in an email.
37% : Upending that long-settled law would be giving the green light to Ohio's "regressive" Republican-controlled legislature to outlaw abortion, he said.

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