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If Roe falls, some fear ripple effect on civil rights cases

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By LINDSAY WHITEHURST

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The Republicans with the backing of the Moral Majority are coming to get you! They all want to take away your rights to privacy and put the government directly into a woman's uterus where it doesn't belong.

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They all want to take away your rights to privacy and put the government directly into a woman's uterus where it doesn't belong.

But if the Federal government aka: Democrats are intrusive on other American rights and civil Liberty issues that’s ok and even encouraged as a benefit to all Americans safety and security supposedly that’s acceptable?

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Democrats make you show your government issued ID and private medical history just to have a meal indoors in New York.

So can kind of spare the outrage or trying to link everything to race or LGBTQ like this article does.

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next to last sentence of whole article.

Sarah Warbelow, legal director with the Human Rights Campaign, said she doesn’t necessarily see a direct effect on LGBTQ cases from a Roe decision.

Well ok then, why didnt you say that in the first sentence instead of the fear mongering that it does or "could", which is why the entire article even exists?

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it could “encourage

anything "could" encourage anything else.

We dont see articles written about that except when its fear mongering.

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We dont see articles written about that except when its fear mongering.

Women, BIPOC, and LGBTQ people have reason to be afraid.

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Abortion is like some religious stand-in for leftists. It’s weird.

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