US voters back abortion rights
Voters in America’s Ohio have moved to enshrine abortion rights in their state constitution – a result that is seen as a bit of a litmus test ahead of the presidential election next year. Democrats have been campaigning hard on the issue ever since the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade last year – and 57% of Ohioans have now locked in “an individual’s right to one’s own reproductive medical treatment” including abortion and miscarriage care. The result’s a big deal for President Joe Biden because the state was won by former leader/aspiring Republican candidate Donald Trump in 2020, and as we mentioned yesterday, opinion polls out this week showed he’s trailing Trump in several key states. Biden says, “Voters vote. Polls don’t. Now let’s go win next year”.
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