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Abortion at the Supreme Court: Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization (GW Health Policy and Management) - Shared screen with speaker view
Lara Cartwright-Smith
22:05
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Anne Markus (she, elle)
23:52
Here is the link to the amicus briefs: https://www.supremecourt.gov/search.aspx?filename=/docket/docketfiles/html/public/19-1392.html
Florence Tyler (they/them)
38:55
I didn't know the supreme court was sharing audio now, that is great! Thank you for sharing that!
Liz Borkowski (she/her)
01:02:21
Here's a blog post that contains short descriptions of some of the amicus briefs in support of abortion rights (with links):http://gwhpmmatters.com/amicus-brief-tells-supreme-court-abortion-essential-component-reproductive-health
Patrick Sanders
01:04:12
If you have questions for the panelists, please ask them here in the chat. Dr. Markus will moderate the Q&A following Professor Rosenbaum's remarks. Thank you!
Zoe Beckerman
01:04:24
Would any Court-watchers on the panel be willing to offer any predictions on what you expect the SCOTUS will do (not what you think they should do)?
Schyler Cordova (she/her)
01:05:37
Does you believe Mexico and other countries recent 'legalization' of abortion have any impact on US decision making?
Sonia Suter (she, her, hers)
01:05:47
So interesting to make the claim about women in the work force just after a pandemic where we saw how difficult it is for women in the workforce when they have children.
Susan Wood
01:06:54
Is there any strategy or legal response if/when the Court overrules/serverely undermines Roe? What happens next?
Jacqueline Weinrich
01:07:30
This moves off the topic of the Court a bit, but we saw this week that many prominent abortion rights groups are formally declaring support to abolish the filibuster to get bills like the Women’s Health Protection Act through the Senate. Formerly they hadn’t done this for fear it would make it easier for the Senate do the opposite — why the sudden shift now? What’s to say the Senate won’t turn around next year and pass restrictive abortion laws if the filibuster is abolished?
lku
01:07:50
Can one of you discuss the timing of when a decision will be issued and the implications for the 2022 elections?
Schyler Cordova (she/her)
01:09:07
Great insights. Thank you!
Sara Imershein
01:12:08
please address the reported link between white supremacy and abortion restriction
Gretchen Borchelt
01:20:08
also highly recommend Becoming Justice Blackmun for similar reasons, esp around Roe!
Kay Johnson (she, her)
01:20:40
Thanks to all for sharing your wisdom.
Sara Imershein
01:20:43
great book. great Author Greenhouse ,.
Sara Imershein
01:20:46
THANK YOU
Hannah Verrette
01:20:52
thank you so much! this was great!
Jennifer Reichek
01:20:52
Thank you!
Sarah Sdringola
01:20:55
thank you !
Mariah Baker
01:20:55
Thank you!
Lydia Abma
01:20:58
Thank you all!
Grace Johnson (she/her/hers)
01:20:58
Thank you!
Liz Borkowski (she/her)
01:20:59
Thank you!!!
Paige Organick-Lee
01:20:59
Thank you!
Corina Galindo (she/her)
01:20:59
Thank you!
Erin Brantley
01:21:01
Thans so much!