Driving the news: Many 2020 hopefuls have come out swinging in opposition of Missouri and Alabama’s strict new abortion laws, describing the bills as “dangerous and exceptionally cruel, per Axios’ Rashaan Ayesh.
What he’s saying President Trump’s only major GOP primary challenger said he was unsure whether he’d have a litmus test that a possible Supreme Court justice would have to vote to keep Roe v. Wade but his standard would be “pretty close,” according to AP.
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