Amy Coney Barrett: what will she mean for women's rights?

Published September 27, 2020

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The Guardian interviewed Lucinda Finley, on what Supreme Court nominee Amy Comey Barrett might mean to reproductive rights, health care and more. To many, Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s potential replacement threatens a systematic unraveling of hard-won rights that have given American women some semblance of autonomy and control. Finley said, “It is a particularly painful irony that much of her legacy is at great risk of being undone by another woman. A tragic irony.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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