The Washington Post  |  May 5, 2022

“A lot of what the Biden administration could do would be window dressing, in that ultimately we’re going to have a system of conflicting access to reproductive health and rights depending upon the state you live in,” Lawrence Gostin, the director of the O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law at Georgetown University’s law school, who has been advising the White House on its options, told Yasmeen and Tyler. “And there’s very little that Biden can do about that.”

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