How Supreme Court Justices Align With Their Presidents

J. Scott Applewhite | AP  Pro-life and anti-abortion advocates demonstrate in front of the Supreme Court

Between 1970 and the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, the situation was that many women of some means travelled to NY for abortions while women of less means continued to die from performing their own or having them botched by others.

The appointment of another conservative justice to the Supreme Court creates the possibility that the court could overturn its landmark 1973 abortion rights ruling, opening the door for Republicans to legislate a sea change in abortion access across the country.

In a wide-ranging interview with Bret Baier, Vice President Pence says the White House is encouraged by the early response to President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, that Trump believes in engagement with Russian Federation, and that the president was right to dismiss General Flynn. And they found there was a Thursday night flight that went to California, usually 10 to 12 seats saved for women who were going out for abortion.

Fitzpatrick believes gay marriage will also be upheld if Kavanaugh is confirmed to the high court. "We have a better legal case when the Supreme Court acts because I will sue when the Supreme Court acts", Mr. Cuomo said in a statement, according to Rochester TV station WHEC.

"If Roe v. Wade is overturned, we've got to figure out which of those laws are applicable and enforceable, " Garcia said.

KING: Sarah Weddington was a 26-year-old attorney from Texas when she argued Roe v. Wade in front of the Supreme Court and won.

"Mark my words, they are moving to roll back Roe v. Wade, that is going to be the next move by this President", Cuomo said.

Kavanaugh stated in his dissent that the 2010 health care law's religious accommodation to the birth control policy placed a substantial burden on religious employers' beliefs even "if the religious organizations are misguided in thinking that this scheme ... makes them complicit in facilitating contraception or abortion". And one of the women said, "You know, Sarah, the only way we can really deal with this is to bring a lawsuit and try to get the law overturned".

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Cohen thinks the more likely scenario is for the majority-conservative Supreme Court to incrementally chip away at abortion access with a series of rulings, a strategy some call "death by 1,000 cuts".

"I'm interested to see how women and their allies respond to this particular choice; the extent to which it will be challenged in the hearings; and the ways state governments will respond, should the court violate precedent in any future decisions about Roe".

Hogue said Kavanaugh will be different for her party, which has struggled to use the courts as a political motivator in recent years. "The criticism was that he didn't do it strongly enough".

But Kavanaugh's nomination has triggered consternation among pro-choice progressives who have viewed him as a threat to abortion rights. During the CNN interview, Pence similarly declined to label him an ally or an adversary, though the vice president said he doesn't think the administration has "any illusions about Putin or about Russian Federation".

The RHA passed in the Democratic-led State Assembly, but has stalled in the State Senate, which has been led for the past several years by Republicans, with the help of some breakaway Democrats.

On the 2016 campaign trail, Pence declared, "I'm pro-life and I don't apologize for it". He's a clod. But in an indigo blue state, when your daddy was a popular governor, the right grunts and whistles are all you need to win.

If it is overturned, abortion laws would revert to the states.