POLITICO  |  July 11, 2022

“It threatens to utterly politicize public health,” said Lawrence Gostin, a Georgetown University law professor who has otherwise advised the White House to be more aggressive in its post-Roe response. “After all public health has been through the last two years with Covid, to put it in the middle of the abortion controversy without any benefit coming from it would be really unfortunate.”

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