Roe v. Wade

Her Ex-Husband Is Suing A Clinic Over The Abortion She Had Four Years Ago
Experts say the Arizona lawsuit shows how civil suits could be used to intimidate providers and punish people who’ve had abortions.
Listen To This: Courts And Constitutions

A new episode of The Josh Marshall Podcast is live! This week, Josh and Kate discuss the dynamics of the new abortion politics.

You can listen to the new episode of The Josh Marshall Podcast here.

HHS: Pharmacies That Don’t Fill Contraception, Abortion Pill Rx Are Violating Fed Law
After The Supreme Court Trashed Roe, The Abortion Fight Shifts To State Constitutions
HHS: Hospitals Must Offer Abortion If Pregnant Person’s Life Is At Risk
Where Things Stand: Abortion May Be Directly On The Ballot In Michigan This Fall Too
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A group of pro-abortion activists in Michigan have succeeded in collecting close to double the signatures necessary to get a question on the ballot this fall that, if approved by voters, would codify abortion rights into the state constitution.

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Listen To This: Danger And Opportunity

A new episode of The Josh Marshall Podcast is live! This week, Josh and Kate wrap up the end of a head-spinning Supreme Court term.

You can listen to the new episode of The Josh Marshall Podcast here.

Where Things Stand: Colorado Guv Takes Safe Haven Efforts A Step Further
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Colorado Gov. Jared Polis — a Democrat up for reelection — signed an executive order this week that will, essentially, protect Colorado from having to cooperate with other states’ investigations into people seeking or providing abortions.

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Where Things Stand: Even In States Scrambling To Ban Abortion, A Majority Don’t Agree With SCOTUS
This is your TPM evening briefing.

The results of Pew Research Center’s first poll on abortion since Roe was overturned came out today, revealing, unsurprisingly, that the majority of Americans do not agree with the Supreme Court’s decision to tear down the landmark case, which found abortion to be a constitutional right in the U.S. nearly 50 years ago.

The percentage of Americans who don’t support the death of Roe hasn’t shifted much since Pew conducted its last poll on the issue — 62 percent, overall, said abortion should be legal in most or all cases.

But interestingly, a slim majority disagree with the Supreme Court even in the states that have outlawed abortion in recent days and in states where lawmakers are scrambling to pass new restrictions and bans in the wake of Roe’s demise.

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