The CIA’s Slipshod Road to Its ‘Eternal Prisoner’ Challenge

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It’s a new episode of The New Abnormal, which begins with Molly and Joyce talking about Texas’ new abortion law, and that hints at where the Supreme Court will handle the case that Mississippi is willing to kill Roe.

“What’s really worrying is that they’ve let it drag on,” explains Vance. “In the Texas case — and this is how these abortions work out — a state passed legislation that clearly violated Roe vs Wade and those who offered or proposed abortion went to court and they sought to order the law into effect while they contest its constitutionality. And because the laws are clearly unconstitutional, they are binding. So it’s not a final decision on their merits, but the law won’t go into effect while that litigation, which can take years, is ongoing. It is deeply disturbing that the court has allowed Texas reprehensible statute to go into effect and I think that is why we all read the tea leaves in such a negative way. If the courts had good intentions here, that Texas law would be enacted by now. “

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