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Are Other Rights Really At Risk If Roe Is Overturned?

Are Other Rights Really At Risk If Roe Is Overturned?

Update: 2022-05-053
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It depends how the final opinion is written. And, President Biden said that voters need to elect more Democrats in order to ensure their rights are protected. The remark frustrated some young activists. Young voters turned out at near-record levels in 2020, but many have softened in their support of President Biden because they feel he has not delivered on the policy promises that are most important to them.

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Are Other Rights Really At Risk If Roe Is Overturned?

Are Other Rights Really At Risk If Roe Is Overturned?

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