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Vice President Kamala Harris in Tallahassee Sunday to commemorate Roe v. Wade

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    40% ReliableFair

  • Policy Leaning

    84% Extremely Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -28% Negative

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47% : Sunday marks the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling that ensured a nationwide right to abortion, but it's also been seven months since the justices overturned its landmark Roe. v. Wade decision.
47% : It's unclear which legal arguments may be most successful, with the states' highest courts ultimately deciding how accessible abortion will be.
46% :Celinda Lake, a Democratic pollster who has worked with Biden, said the White House strategy on abortion had three goals.
44% :White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Florida is critical because its rules for abortion are less restrictive than its neighbors, making it a relatively safe harbor for women in the region who are trying to end their pregnancies.
42% : The nonprofit health organization found that advocates have generally taken one of three approaches to mounting legal challenges against abortion laws by claiming the laws violate state constitutional protections, infringe on some states' guaranteed rights to make health care choices, or block religious freedoms.
39% : Democrats still lost control of the House and expanded their Senate majority by only one vote, meaning legislation that would create a nationwide right to abortion remains out of reach.
38% : Now that there's no more national right to abortion, debates over the issue will play out in individual statehouses rather than in the halls of Congress or before the Supreme Court.
38% : In addition, after performing better than expected in November's elections, Democrats see abortion as a key issue for their party in 2024, when control of the White House and both chambers of Congress will be up for grabs at the same time.
38% : Meanwhile, abortion opponents are searching for ways to use the courts to further restrict abortion.
19% : Vice President Kamala Harris is headlining the Biden administration's push on Sunday with a speech in Florida, where Democrats fear a renewed attempt to restrict abortion by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis.

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