The Constitutional Case to Overturn Roe v Wade

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Jack Parkos | @laissez_faire76

In December of 1973, the Supreme Court made one of its most controversial (and worst) rulings, Roe v Wade. It declared that the Constitution protects abortion; therefore, the states could not pass restrictions on it. However, states could pass laws to limit abortions in the third trimester.

Despite this, Republicans in numerous states have recently passed laws with very strict restrictions on abortion. Clearly, this is an attempt to get a lawsuit and with it, a case to the Supreme Court. Hopefully, this will lead to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade, once more leaving the issue to the states.

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Sorry LGBT Couples, Trump Says Your Kids Aren’t Citizens

James Sweet III | @jsweetIII

The LGBT community has always faced social and legal discrimination within the United States. Until 2015, it was legal for states to deny gay or bisexual individuals the right to marry their significant other. When the Supreme Court finally decided to act like decent human beings and grant Americans their rights, that changed forever.

Or, so we thought.

In reality, LGBT couples continue to face discrimination under President Donald Trump, and it goes as far as ignoring their marriage. In an article published on May 15th by The Daily Beast, it was revealed that LGBT American couples may have their child’s citizenship revoked, or even not granted at all, due to the miracles of modern science.

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