Texas' 6-Week Abortion Ban Stands For Now. It Could Have Repercussions. : The NPR Politics Podcast The Supreme Court is allowing a lawsuit challenging Texas's 6-week abortion ban to go forward, but keeping the law in place while the suit moves through the courts. The move will maintain the status quo for abortion access in the state, while the court considers another case that could redefine Roe v. Wade.

Also, a new NPR/Marist poll out this week found some major warning signs for President Biden and Congressional Democrats. Namely, many Americans aren't feeling the benefits of recent measures meant to offset the economic pains of COVID.

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Texas' 6-Week Abortion Ban Stands For Now. It Could Have Repercussions.

Texas' 6-Week Abortion Ban Stands For Now. It Could Have Repercussions.

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The Supreme Court is allowing a lawsuit challenging Texas's 6-week abortion ban to go forward, but keeping the law in place while the suit moves through the courts. The move will maintain the status quo for abortion access in the state, while the court considers another case that could redefine Roe v. Wade.

Also, a new NPR/Marist poll out this week found some major warning signs for President Biden and Congressional Democrats. Namely, many Americans aren't feeling the benefits of recent measures meant to offset the economic pains of COVID.

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Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.
Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.org
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Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.
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