Axios  |  November 8, 2022

What to watch: “The public is not as extreme as the politicians on both sides of the political spectrum. They’re likely to not want a virtual ban on abortions, particularly when the health of the mother is at stake, when there is rape or incest, or a really unacceptably short time period,” Lawrence Gostin, a law professor at Georgetown University, told Axios.

“I think you might see, like in Kansas, people moving to moderation both on health care and abortion,” Gostin said.

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