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Roe vs Wade: Abortion could be made illegal with Brett Kavanaugh on Supreme Court, says Michigan Attorney General

Independent Wednesday, 17 April 2019
'I think I can go four or maybe eight years without sending women to be butchered in back alleys,' says Dana Nessel
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News video: How Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Threatens 'Roe v Wade' and The Entirety Women’s Rights

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Now that Brett Kavanaugh has been sworn into the Supreme Court, many states could be in jeopardy of losing progressive Women's Rights, Marriage Rights and healthcare.

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