The end of Roe could be less consequential politically than we think.
National Review’s issue ‘End Roe’ was seen around the Supreme Court building on Wednesday as justices heard oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health.
The side that ‘yells loudest’ is the side demanding that Roe and Casey be upheld.
The Supreme Court justice is a mother of seven children.
Three observations about yesterday’s oral arguments at the Supreme Court and the future of abortion in the U.S.
What a close reading of the oral argument in Dobbs reveals.
The House Speaker claimed that the state law was extreme and would disproportionately harm marginalized and minority women.