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The Supreme Court Doesn't Have to Overturn Roe to Decimate Abortion Rights
Talcott Camp, ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project

Now that Pres. Trump has nominated Brett Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court, it will be up to the Senate to fully vet him so that the American people can determine whether he will uphold the basic civil rights and liberties relied on by everyone in this country. This is particularly true when it comes to abortion rights, where Kavanaugh's prior opinions on the subject, coupled with the fact that Donald Trump vowed to only nominate justices who would overturn Roe v. Wade, give rise to serious concern about womens continued ability to access abortion if Kavanaugh is confirmed. A new Supreme Court Justice could effectively decimate womens access to abortion, even without overturning Roe outright. Overturning Roe would be catastrophic, but it is not the only scenario in which politicians would be able to shut down abortion care. The court can give them back the power to do so by simply upholding whatever obstacles they throw in a woman's path.
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