Women sometimes need to have an abortion. It's a constitutionally protected right, and that is the end of the argument.
Abortion regulations are about forcing a very specific religious test. Therefore, they're unconstitutional.
Joy Reid's panel tore apart the Republican march towards dismantling Roe v. Wade.
AM Joy's panel discussion of the danger in which we find Roe had Lizz Winstead making an understated point about white women that should be made LOUDLY.
Clearly, there are some legislators who need sex education when it comes to where babies come from and how.
"We have always been told we were hysterical and being dramatic and nobody is going to overturn Roe," the author said.
The producers promise a "fair and balanced" look at the 'feminist' vs. the 'pro-life' movements. Hmmm....where have we heard that before?
Rick Tyler is defenseless against Zerlina Maxwell's brains and moral certitude on AM Joy.
For Rojo, where a woman lives should determine whether she has agency over her own body.
No one believes a word Kavanaugh says about "settled law." Not even the Right.
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