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Trump election brings abortion debate to new level


Trump election brings abortion debate to new level
CT Post

’s not often that foes and supporters of abortion can find common ground, but they do seem to agree on one thing — this year’s presidential election has brought the debate over this hot-button topic to a turning point.The election of Republican Donald Trump “has certainly galvanized the anti-abortion movement,” said William Dunlap, a professor of law at Quinnipiac University. Trump has, among other things, announced his intention to nominate a staunchly anti-abortion judge to the vacant slot on the Supreme Court, and has expressed interest in overturning the landmark abortion legislation Roe V. Wade.In the wake of his election, a piece of strong anti-abortion legislation in Ohio that banned abortions after a heartbeat was detected passed the state legislature. Ohio Gov.

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