This post is by Unknown from West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
Listing “inflation” and “cost of living” separately is a bit of a stretch, but at least it’s better than “inflation and high gas prices.”
Barrett said he was unaware of the change, adding that they try to keep website current with most important issues — and abortion, he says, isn’t one.— Jonathan Cohn (@CitizenCohn) August 28, 2022
An interesting statement, given that Michigan voters identified abortion as their top issue in not one but two polls this week. https://t.co/30MWmej3yo pic.twitter.com/UK1QF0mp8S
(And given that we’re talking about Michigan, I assume he’s talking about the security of the Canadian border.)
I wonder if they left in Masters’ opposition to a right to contraception.
In Arizona, Blake Masters backtracks on abortion, scrubs campaign website— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) August 25, 2022
“I am 100% pro-life,” Masters’ website read as of Thursday morning.
That language is now gone.
Also deleted: support for “a federal personhood law”
via @akarl_smith @MarcACaputo: https://t.co/ckS3gPPvp4
And in related news.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers called an emergency special session of the GOP-led legislature to repeal the 1849 ban on abortions even for rape & incest— Steven Greenhouse (@greenhousenyt) August 13, 2022
The GOP Senate president gaveled the session in & out in 14 seconds—The Assembly did the same in 25 seconds https://t.co/wY62hZkktq
New poll: 82% support abortion rights in Ohio. Yet the legislature denied a 10-year-old rape victim that option. This shows how gerrymandering subverts democracy and enables extremism. https://t.co/1360ltxZ0Q— Jane Mayer (@JaneMayerNYer) August 10, 2022