Trump comes out against Alabama IVF ruling as national Republicans scramble for distance - Pennsylvania Capital-Star

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

51% : "The extreme right won't stop trying to exert government control over our most sacred personal decisions until we codify reproductive freedom as a human right.
50% : The decision led to the closure of at least three IVF programs in the state this week and inspired intense criticism of anti-abortion Republicans from Democrats from President Joe Biden on down.
44% : In a post to his social media site, Truth Social, Trump said the Alabama Supreme Court ruling last week that gave fertilized embryos the same rights as children was at odds with the anti-abortion movement that is influential in the Republican Party.
39% : Biden, who is likely to face Trump in the November general election, is seeking to hold the former president responsible.
35% : Biden campaign director Julie Chavez Rodriguez said in a statement that Trump bore responsibility for the Alabama decision and other restrictions on abortion and fertility treatment.
31% : Trump appointed three of the six justices who voted to overturn abortion protections.

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