New Yorkers react to Kavanaugh pick

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Susan Collins, R-Maine, say in a New York Times podcast that support for Roe v. Wade is "something like a 51-49" issue in America.The spittake would have drenched my fellow commuters and earned me a rough ejection at the next station.

"I stand for the sanctity of life", Pence said separately.

And that's exactly what has happened with President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, the 53-year-old Court of Appeals judge he picked to replace the retiring Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy.

"The Trump Administration has been unrelenting in attacks on women's health care from attempting to roll back access to contraceptives under the Affordable Care Act to our constitutional right to safe and legal abortion", said Robin Chappelle Golston, the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Empire State Acts. The co-director, Nick Loeb said, "It is being filmed at the right time for it to get attention, with the nation embroiled in a debate over Roe and the next Supreme Court justice", Christian Headlines reported.

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As I've said, the most interesting thing to me about what Kavanaugh had to say was that his wife is a West Texan, graduated from high school in Abilene, Texas, and then was a graduate of the University of Texas.

What would the US look like without Roe v. Wade, the 1973 case that legalized abortion nationwide?

As of now, four states - Louisiana, Mississippi and North and South Dakota - have what are known as abortion "trigger laws".

Even pro-life legal scholars acknowledge that, at least in the short term after an reversal of Roe, a significant number of states, NY nearly certainly among them, would keep the procedure legal with few regulations, and even serve as magnets for women in states that restricted or banned the procedure.

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The Senate has a 50-vote threshold to confirm a Supreme Court justice.

"We already know how Brett Kavanaugh would rule on Roe v. Wade, because the president told us so", she said.

Many analysts also agree that even with the court's likely philosophical shift, Roe v. Wade might not actually be overturned at all.

"The abortion issue has the ability to motivate voters whether they are occasional or activists", Levy said. And Justice Kennedy basically said, no, Roe v. Wade makes abortion legal, and you can't do all these conditions, as Pennsylvania had done, that makes it impossible for access.

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"My message is to the Democrats who think resistance is just a hashtag", he said to protestors outside of Trump's skyscraper on Fifth Avenue and East 56th Street. The organization recently paid for a six-figure TV ad placement, urging Murkowski to vote against "Trump's anti-choice picks" for the Supreme Court. Those bans could, at least in theory, be reinstated, although "someone would have to go into court and ask to lift that injunction", said Myrick. "I find it hard to think that [Chief Justice] Roberts - who has a more long-term view of the arc of the court and a desire to preserve its institutional role - would facially overrule Roe".

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