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Seven in 10 Americans, regardless of party affiliation, want to be able to vote on an abortion measure on their state ballot, according to a new Ipsos/USA Today poll released Wednesday.Driving the news: The poll was conducted after Kansas became the first state in the post-Roe era in which U.S. voters cast a ballot on abortion — they decided last week to reject an amendment that would have gotten rid of abortion protections in the state's Constitution.Catch up quick: When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the opinion of the court that the ability to regulate abortion was "returned to the people and their elected representatives."Details: The idea to vote on ...
— (Axios) (August 10) (Pocket)
Justice Samuel Alito, seen here in 2007, has emerged as the workhorse of the Supreme Court's conservatives and has spent his time on the court forcefully shaping its opinions. Nancy Ostertag/Getty Images hide caption
— (NPR) (August 3) (Pocket)
The Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade relied heavily on the argument that, in Justice Samuel Alito's words, "a right to abortion is not deeply rooted in the nation's history and traditions." Paul Solman takes a look at that history, as part of our continuing coverage of America after Roe.
— (PBS) (July 31) (Pocket)
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