Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation threatens abortion and IVF treatments due to her belief in fetal personhood, the idea that life begins at conception.
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The American Bar Association rated Kathryn Kimball Mizelle as “Not Qualified,” saying she “has not tried a case, civil or criminal, as lead or co-counsel.”