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The former whitewater Independent Counsel Robert Ray says he believes that Alabama’s abortion ban is a 2020 campaign is a Problem.
In response to the controversy surrounding Alabama’s new law-the prohibition of abortion, the Former whitewater Independent Counsel Robert Ray said that the Problem will be, a divisive issue ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
During an interview on “America’s Newsroom” on Thursday, the former attorney General also warned against an “overreaction” on the decision given that Alabama is still governed by Roe v. Wade.
Alabama law will surely face lawsuits trying to undo it, and many believe that the fight will go all the way to the Supreme court, that is to say, it will take some time to adopt it, if at all.
“I do not see, to see that this happens immediately,” said Ray. “On the other hand, it is a choice is clearly a battle theme.”
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Several of the 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls, including Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Kamala Harris, said after the bill was signed into law by Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) on Wednesday. President Trump has yet to make a comment.
Ray also warned against an “overreaction” of the ruling, in spite of foreseeing that it “seems to be a setup for a significant judicial decision.”
Several member States in recent months have adopted laws that restrict or even ban abortion, including Ohio, Georgia, Mississippi, and Missouri. Meanwhile, States like New York and Virginia have enacted laws that expanded the right to abortion for women.
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To “the Land of a certain balance in this, and probably will look, seems Extreme to reject it,” said Ray.
“I think this is probably where you will see the Supreme court come, at least initially.”