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Alabama abortion law replaced an example of ’emboldened’ GOP state houses, according to Kavanaugh Kennedy, says Thiessen

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The democratic presidential candidates push abortion rights agendas as the Southern States, strict legislation challenging Roe v. Wade, reaction and analysis from the ‘Special Report’ All-Stars.

Alabama’s new abortion law and other States” pending actions are examples of “encouraged” the Republican majority of the legislature in the Wake of the Supreme Court, judge Brett Kavanaugh and took his place on the Supreme court, according to Marc Thiessen.

George W. Bush’s former speechwriter, added that GOP opposition to the Obama administration’s policy has led to a resurgence of the Republican majorities in the state Capitol during his time in the White house.

“Republican lawmakers passing laws was the restriction of abortion for over a decade, because now, during the Obama years, the Republicans had said, an unprecedented takeover of the state legislature”, he’s “Special Report”.

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However, Thiessen is not clear that, even with the new conservative majority in the Supreme Court, he sees that the nation’s highest bench, the inclusion of legislation to challenge the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, a Republican, the GOP-majority Parliament signed the bill into law on Wednesday.

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“You select [on] pro-life governors and they decide pro-life legislative super majorities, you are going to pass per-told life laws” Thiessen “Special Report”.

“The difference is, a incrementa list approach were… because she knew that Anthony Kennedy wanted to smash everything she did. Now you have the Brett Kavanaugh to the court, and you will be encouraged, and by this incrementa list approach.”

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Thiessen further said the Supreme court not to take up all of the presented cases. “If a Federal pro-life law of the state] says judge [is unconstitutional, [the Supreme court] may choose not to do it.”

He also said that he believes that the Supreme Court does not want to litigate, re -, Roe v. Wade, “and they are not forced by a state.”

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