Alabama's new law of abortion and state pending legislation are examples of "strengthening" legislatures most of the Republic of the Supreme Court status Brother Brother Brett Kavanaugh in the Supreme Court, according to Marc Thiessen.
George W Bush's former spokesman said the GOP opposition to the Obama administration's policies led to the reopening of the major republics of the state of the state during his time in the White House.
"Republics of the Republic pass laws restricting abortion more than a decade now because Obama's years, the Republicans have had an unprecedented acquisition of state legislatures," said "Special Report."
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However, Thiessen has clarified that, even in the new conservative majority of the Supreme Court , he does not see the country's highest jurisdiction taking the law to challenge 1
The Alabama Gov. For Ivey, a Republican, signed the GOP state law bill that most law Wednesday.
"You [elect] pro-life governors and have chosen pro-life legislative supermajorities, they are going to pass pro-life laws," Thiessen said "Special Report."
is, they are … making an incrementalist approach because they know Anthony Kennedy is going to strike anything they did. Now, you've got Brett Kavanaugh in court, and they've been zealous and eliminated the incrementalist approach. "
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Thiessen continues, saying the Supreme Court should not take all the cases presented here. "If a federal judge says [a pro-life state law] is against the constitution, [the Supreme Court] may choose not to do so."
He also said that he believed the Supreme Court did not want to re-lit Roe v. Wade, "and they will not be forced into a state."