“You have two forces at work,” said Caitlin Myers, an economist at Middlebury College, … . “On the one hand, you have people trapped in ban states, and, on the other, you have people in a whole lot of the country where access has improved.”
In Case You Missed It.
A quick recap of a few important issues from May 1-15.
Learn about Justice Barrett’s background and her apparent ability to switch views as needed
If SCOTUS upholds the States’ laws regarding when life begins, that will have dramatic affect on IVF and birth control. Did they think it through?
AND since they were under oath when they were questioned about Roe v. Wade, why are they doing a 180 so quickly.