As the nation marks the 51st anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, the landscape surrounding abortion rights has undergone significant transformations, casting a shadow over this landmark ruling. In the current political climate, Republican-controlled states have implemented restrictive measures, virtually banning the procedure in some instances. This shift is poised to become a focal point in the upcoming November election, drawing attention to the widening divide on this deeply divisive issue.
Texas Democratic Party Executive Director Monique Alcala says that abortion rights is a winning issue with both independents and moderate Republicans. She feels they will shy. . .