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A year in post-Roe America: The biggest surprises on abortion and politics

One year ago, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade along with 50 years of legal precedent. We asked experts across the political spectrum about how the end of Roe would change U.S. politics, and whether liberal or conservative, they agreed the country was in for big changes. Turns out, even the experts could be surprised by the dramatic changes that would ensue. This year proved our politics is never predictable, and the impact of the Dobbs decision will likely reverberate for years to come.

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    ‘I Underestimated the Depth of Outrage’: A Year in Post-Roe America

    ‘I Underestimated the Depth of Outrage’: A Year in Post-Roe America

    Thinkers from across the political spectrum reckon with the dramatic and unpredictable ways the country has already changed since the historic Supreme Court decision. A year ago, the Supreme Court’s total reversal of Roe v. Wade sparked a flurry of bold prognostication from thinkers across the …

    18 surprises a year after Roe

    18 surprises a year after Roe

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    One year ago, when the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs overturned 50 years of legal precedent and erased a Constitutional right, POLITICO Magazine surveyed experts and thinkers from across the political spectrum about how the end of Roe would change American politics. They offered a wide array of …

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