Thomas Kirsch II is taking a seat shouldn’t even be filled during a lame-duck session.
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Men sermonizing on possible political outcomes from the perch of their cable TV ivory towers are ill-equipped to cover abortion in any respect.
Volunteers providing support, snacks, and water at the polls—to both people in line to vote and those passing by—have been met with opposition.
Consent is ongoing. Contrary to what you may have been told, it’s OK to change your mind and speak up about it.