It turns out the more Alaskans hear about a constitutional convention, the less likely they’ll be to support one.
Following the Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, Dunleavy announced that if re-elected he would put forward a constitutional amendment to the Legislature. That measure would likely run into a dead end, making a convention a clearer path to the change.
The state cites the American College of Surgeons in calling for elective abortions to be delayed “a few weeks,” but that’s not what the guidance actually says.
New numbers are out from Planned Parenthood’s advocacy arm just as the legislators turn their attention to abortion bans.
The rule would also allow some clinics to provide incomplete information to pregnant patients.
The court says the law violated the Alaska Constitution’s equal protections clause.
Alaskans say they’d think less of Murkowski if she votes on a Supreme Court replacement without knowing their position on the abortion rights case.
The leading challengers to independent Gov. Bill Walker were all quick to sound off on U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh earlier this week. While…
With Roe v. Wade in the forefront of the conversation about the Supreme Court, Alaska’s independent governor is stuck in the middle.
Here’s where Judge Brett Kavanaugh stands on key issues for Murkowski.