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Nebraska Lawmakers Weigh In On Roe Vs. Wade

By Gordon HopkinsFriday morning, June 24, the United States Supreme Court announced in a 6-3 decision it had overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that ruled a woman has the right to abort a pregnancy.This decision does not outlaw abortions. It does, however, allow individual states to restrict or ban abortion altogether.FJN reached out to a number of Nebraska politicians for reaction. Most responded with the same public statements they had already made. However, FJN did speak to Senator Tom Brandt, District 32, who said, “I have been a strong proponent of pro-life legislation during my time in the legislature, including voting for LB (L...


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