Episode 56 | “Roll On Mississippi”
Episode Synopsis:

In a decision both sides are calling a turning point, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization – the lawsuit over Mississippi’s new law banning abortions after 15 weeks, is headed to the Supreme Court. We discuss all the potential outcomes and our theories as to why, after years of skillfully dodging most abortion cases, we think the Supreme Court is hearing this one now – and the answer may surprise you.

Special Guest: Sheila Crutcher

Episode Duration: 24 min

In This Episode We Discuss:
  1. Greetings (00:23)
  2. Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization heads to the Supreme Court (01:00)
  3. Roe vs Wade & Doe vs Bolton (3:01)
  4. What the Mississippi law does (4:06)
  5. How the “health of the mother” exception can be abused (5:06)
  6. Why is the Supreme Court hearing the case? (7:38)
  7. Why abortion shouldn’t be sent back to the states (10:25)
  8. The benefits of abortion restrictions going to court (13:12)
  9. How legalized abortion will end (17:08)
  10. Closing Statements (23:14)

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