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Brett Kavanaugh, Trump’s Supreme Court Pick, Is Probably. “Interpreting the Constitution as it’s written’ means that substantive due process, the doctrine underneath Roe, Obergefell — and even Griswold v.
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The Real Origins of the Religious Right - POLITICO Magazine Some of these anti- Roe crusaders even went so far as to call themselves “new abolitionists,” invoking their antebellum predecessors who had fought to.