CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — The fallout continues from the recently enacted abortion law in Texas. Some are wondering if the law’s unique structure could be used in other places.
Former Obama White House official Johanna Maska explains how this affects Democratic politics. Bob Cusack, editor in chief of The Hill, dives into how the White House will use the federal government in this debate. Josh Blackman, law professor from the University of South Texas, talks about how this law could be weaponized by blue states to ban, for example, certain gun sales.
The pandemic is creating a country that’s divided based on vaccination status. Dr. Joseph Ladapo with the UCLA Department of Medicine gives his perspective.
Ret. Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin and retired Navy SEAL Dave Sears discuss what is happening to the U.S. military equipment left behind in Afghanistan.
Democrats and some scientists say you can draw a line between the devastating flooding this week and climate change. Liberty Vittert, a professor at Washington University and feature editor of The Harvard Data Science Review, gives her insight.
The Virginia Department of Education is under fire over something said about 9/11 in a training video. Asra Nomani with Parents Defending Education weighs in.
Finally, Erich Mancow gives his take on the FTC’s McFlurry investigation.
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