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Why Democrats keep saying “Roe is on the ballot”

It seems like the only concrete Democratic plan to protect abortion rights is voting.

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The coming legal battles of post-Roe America

How criminalizing abortion may change with out-of-state prosecution.

What Biden wants to achieve in Europe — and whether he’ll get it

Biden may be stuck with symbolic wins at G7 and NATO summits.

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