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“A devastating blow to reproductive freedom.”

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, regarding the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Garland said the Justice Department will work to protect reproductive freedoms and “will not waver from this Department’s founding responsibility to protect the civil rights of all Americans.” (NPR — June 24, 2022)

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  • South Dakota Sen. Tim Johns, regarding the successful impeachment of state Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg after Ravnsborg struck and killed a pedestrian while he was driving in September 2020. The state Senate voted 24-9 and 31-2 in favor of both articles of impeachment against the attorney general; Johns voted against both articles of impeachment. Ravnsborg is the first statewide official to be impeached, removed from office and barred from ever again holding an office in the state. (NPR — June 22, 2022)
  • Eric Greitens, the controversial former governor of Missouri who is now running for U.S. Senate, in a campaign ad that shows Greitens accompanied by a team of men outfitted in military gear who break into a home with their guns raised. The ad was posted to social media on Monday morning and soon was taken down by Facebook and flagged by Twitter. (NPR — June 20, 2022)
  • Arizona state Sen. Vince Leach, commenting on drag shows and the negative impacts, he believes, that these shows can have on children. Leach is one of just several Republican lawmakers across the nation who are trying to ban minors from drag shows. (NPR — June 16, 2022)
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