What To Expect in Roe v Wade Debate


Sky News Washington Correspondent Annelise Nielsen says “things are really heating up” in the Roe v Wade debate. Ms. Nielsen said it’s anticipated Roe v Wade will be overturned. “So it’s going to be the biggest change to abortion rights access since the 1970s but it’s a very different landscape now than what it was,” Ms. Nielsen told Sky News host Rowan Dean. “It’s going to go back to the states, and that’s the big question of that happens on the ground, it’s up to those state legislatures to decide what the state wants to do.”

“Overturning Roe v. Wade doesn’t make abortion illegal. It places the issue back in the hands of the states.” J Smith

“I want charges made against Shumer with his threats he made on tv.” Kay Aderhold


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