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    AOC: Arkansas abortion ban ‘will kill people’

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  • Chuck Todd: Supreme Court’s credibility has ‘never been more in question’ than at this moment

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  • AOC: Impeachment should be ‘considered’ if Supreme Court justices lied during confirmation

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  • Hutchinson: Arkansas abortion providers will face criminal penalties, not the women who receive abortions

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  • AOC: Supreme Court decision creates ‘a crisis’ for their legitimacy, democracy as a whole

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  • Full AOC: ‘The Supreme Court has dramatically overreached its authority’

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  • Full Hutchinson: Abortion ban in Arkansas ‘not about contraception’

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  • Full panel: ‘We are feeling the consequences of the 2016 election’

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  • Michigan Attorney General seeks 'total reproductive rights' enshrined in the state constitution

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  • Overturning Roe is ‘the end of the beginning’ for anti-abortion rights advocate

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  • Pritzker: Illinois preparing for ‘potentially 30,000’ out-of-state women seeking abortions

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  • Was Roe overturned 5-4 or 6-3? Pete Williams explains the difference

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  • Why the 2016 election may ‘turn out to be … the most consequential election in more than 100 years’

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  • Chuck: Roe decision will ‘supercharge polarization’

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Manchin: 'I'm not going to change my mind on the filibuster'

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West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin, one of the crucial swing-votes in the Senate Democrats’ slim majority, said Sunday that he won’t change his support for the filibuster, a Senate rule that effectively forces most legislation to require bipartisan support to pass. But he told “Meet the Press” that he would be open to Democrats passing important legislation like voting reforms by a party-vote, only if senators are given ample time and space for bipartisan negotiation and that ultimately fails.