Wednesday on Political Rewind: We're updating you on major cases on Political Rewind. First, Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis offered immunity to some of Georgia's false electors during the special investigation of the 2020 election. Then, Dominion Voting reaches an 11th-hour settlement in its $1.6 billion lawsuit with Fox News.
The exhibit, “Women’s Rights are Human Rights,” was curated by Elizabeth Resnick, a graphic designer and curator out of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Its namesake is from a 1995 speech by then-first lady Hillary Clinton.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: A new poll shows Georgia's race for U.S. Senate is up for grabs. Georgia's Court of Appeals ruled that early voting can go forward this upcoming Saturday. The state also appealed the suspension of a 2019 abortion law. And Sen. Lindsey Graham testifies in Fulton County today.
Seventeen states, including Georgia, have banned or further restricted abortion access in the 100 days since the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Stakeholders met at the White House Tuesday to hear testimony from physicians about the aftermath.
A Fulton County judge could soon decide whether to once again temporarily block Georgia’s six-week abortion ban, which a federal appeals court allowed to take effect last month.
A wave of strict abortion bans in the Southeast is putting pressure on states with more accessible timelines.
Abortion access is poised to take center stage in Democrats’ campaign to beat Republicans on the ballot in November after the state’s strict abortion law took effect.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Georgia’s 2019 abortion law can immediately take effect after the Supreme Court abolished nearly half a century of abortion rights protections.
Parties filed final briefs in the court case against Georgia's 2019 abortion ban after the Supreme Court overturned federal abortion protections. A judge will now decide whether or not the law can take effect.
Gov. Brian Kemp signed Georgia's House Bill 481 into law in 2019. The legislation remains tied up in federal courts, but in the wake of the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade, HB 481's ban after six weeks gestation has abortion providers— and women from Georgia and neighboring states — bracing for a new plan of care.
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