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171: Our Rights, Spys & The Crown Act

171: Our Rights, Spys & The Crown Act

Update: 2024-02-247
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Kimberly Atkins Stohr hosts #SistersInLaw to explain how the Dobbs decision has created a legal framework for Alabama’s ban on IVF and look at the potential challenges that could overturn it.  Then, the #Sisters discuss the legality and lies of Alexander Smirnov’s allegations against President Biden, the role of Russian disinformation, and the political impact.  They also examine a CROWN Act based challenge pushing back against the discriminatory policy of a Texas high school.



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V K

you know, part of my family lived behind the Iron Curtain. in one of the most severe Stalinist oppressive countries.They had those rules about hair styles in schools until 1989

Feb 24th
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171: Our Rights, Spys & The Crown Act

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