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Polling Shows Dobbs Decision Won’t Help Democrats in November

A new memo from the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) showed that the Supreme Court’s recent opinion overturning Roe v. Wade after ruling on the Dobbs case would not help the Democrats win over the support of voters in the November election, as they hoped.


Abortions Resume in Texas Ahead of Total Ban

HOUSTON, Texas — A Texas district court judge in Houston issued a verbal order allowing abortions to resume in some clinics across the state. The judge will issue a written order later on Tuesday.

A sign reading "Mind Your Own Uterus" is taped on the check-in window at the Hope Medical Group for Women in Shreveport, Louisiana, April 19, 2022. - On September 1, 2021, one of the most restrictive anti-abortion laws in the country went into effect in the Republican state of Texas, …

Nurse Resigns from Illinois Hospital After Threatening to Not Treat ‘White Males Who Vote Conservative’

An advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) at the Sarah Bush Lincoln health center in Mattoon, Illinois, was caught by Libs of TikTok stating on Twitter that she prescribes medication based on her patient’s political affiliation and race. The APRN resigned shortly after the health center told Breitbart News that her social media post was “contrary” to its mission, and that it was addressing the matter.

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Michael Savage on Overturning Roe: ‘Right Decision at the Wrong Time’ — GOP May Have ‘Destroyed’ Itself

Though the overturning of Roe was the “right” decision, the timing wasn’t and may have even been the work of RINOs attempting to “sabotage” Republicans, according to conservative radio legend Michael Savage, who warned that by introducing the ruling before midterm elections — with the country already “a mess under Joe Biden and the left” — the Republicans “may have just destroyed themselves.”

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States Banning Abortions Have Exceptions for Saving the Life of the Mother

Missouri became the first state in the nation to ban abortion, triggering a wave of pro-abortion activists to tout misinformation about what this means for women moving forward in a post-Roe era. However, many of the pro-abortion advocates are failing to mention that these states banning or limiting abortions have key exceptions for medical emergencies or to preserve the life of the mother.