Texas abortion law catches eye of Ohio lawmakers but Mississippi SCOTUS case could make it irrelevant

Sep 02, 2021 View Original Article
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56% : It also established the state as a trailblazer for anti-abortion policies in the United States.
56% : Anti-abortion advocates hope the conservative majority will use the case to toss out Roe and allow states to regulate the procedure.
41% : Now, advocates on both sides of the debate in Ohio are watching Texas and waiting on another U.S. Supreme Court ruling that could unravel the constitutional right to abortion established under Roe v. Wade.
34% : The bill bans abortion entirely -- not just after six weeks -- unless it's necessary "to prevent the death of the pregnant woman or a serious risk of the substantial and irreversible impairment of a major bodily function."

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