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    Betsy Clarke

    Betsy Clarke is a retired law clerk who writes from Columbus, Ohio.

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  • The Supreme Court Row over

    The Supreme Court Row over0

    The state of Mississippi argued for its right to set its own abortion laws before the United States Supreme Court on Wednesday, in a case that has the potential to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion

  • Abortion: Not Just for Women Anymore

    Abortion: Not Just for Women Anymore0

    Like childbearing, abortion isn’t just for women anymore. That is the message coming from the LGBT community and what were once thought of as women’s rights groups in response to Texas Senate Bill 8, the new Texas anti-abortion law.

  • Legal Hysteria Spreads as the Court Revisits

    Legal Hysteria Spreads as the Court Revisits0

    It is hard to keep a straight face while reading the hysteria over the United States Supreme Court agreeing to hear Dobson v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the Mississippi case challenging the state statute prohibiting nearly all abortions after

  • The ‘Mostly Peaceful’ Double Standard

    The ‘Mostly Peaceful’ Double Standard0

    Though the actions of President Donald Trump’s most foolish supporters at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday were disgraceful, I can’t help but compare the news coverage of this event with the coverage of the Black Lives Matter/Antifa protesters in cities