We're going to start with abortion today.
And this was a matter that was less of a concern in the past.
There was less doubt about whether Roe v Wade would remain the law of the nation.
But now, with the Supreme Court potentially just weeks away from issuing a ruling that would uphold state restrictions on abortion,
effectively overturning Roe v Wade and the undue burden standard that Roe v Wade contains,
as predicted, more and more states have passed the types of laws that we have seen from Mississippi, Texas, and elsewhere.
Today, we'll discuss why a six-week abortion ban is really just a ban on abortion,
which would surely violate Roe v Wade's undue hardship clause, unless Roe v Wade is overturned.
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