How Clarence Thomas’ concurring opinion suggests other rights may be vulnerable after Roe: analysis – 

A new analysis is breaking down the context of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ concurring opinion following the overturning of Roe v. Wade. The New York Times’ Sheryl Gay Stolberg explained how Thomas’ remarks appear to suggest that the abortion ban could only be the beginning of the conservative attack on civil rights.

Source: How Clarence Thomas’ concurring opinion suggests other rights may be vulnerable after Roe: analysis – Alternet.org

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