TChris wrote about the proposed South Dakota bill, introduced in the wake of the Supreme Court decision to rehear a case involving the legality of a partial-term abortion law, that would ban all abortions, except for those in which the life of the mother was in danger.
With the news out of South Dakota, it's obvious that a woman's right to choose is in graver danger today than it has been in decades. (SD has passed an outright ban on abortion, as opposed to the "partial birth" case which the court will hear in the next session.) And one of those reasons is the replacement of pro-choice Justice Sandra Day O'Connor by Samuel Alito.
Joe Lieberman had the chance to take a stand on behalf of critical privacy issues, but abdicated.
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