Abortion battles intensify in the states ahead of court ruling expected to undermine Roe v. Wade


Toney was been endorsed by Wisconsin Right to Life, one of many groups across the states that have advocated “trigger” laws to go into effect if Roe were to fall. Heather Weininger, the group’s executive director, said that a decision that allowed the old ban to go into place would be welcome, and antiabortion advocates in the state, where Republicans control the state legislature, could focus on adding antiabortion language to the state constitution.


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