Supreme Court Takes A Closer Look At Access To Abortion Pill

Today, the Supreme Court hears arguments in a case that could decide future access to the abortion drug mifepristone. The highly effective pill is taken to terminate a pregnancy, and shortly after Roe v. Wade was overturned, the Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine sued the Federal Drug Administration for their quick approval and wide accessibility guidelines for mifepristone. Both the GOP and the Biden administration have seized upon this Supreme Court case as a political moment–a chance to talk to voters about the issue. President of the Alliance Defending Freedom, Kristin Waggoner, joins the Rundown to explain her organization’s argument against expanded access to this abortion pill and the huge impact this SCOTUS case may have.

Last week, over one hundred Russians died at the hands of terrorists after four men opened fire at a concert hall in Moscow. However, President Vladimir Putin is blaming Ukraine, despite ISIS-K claiming credit for the attack and various Western intelligence agencies showing evidence corroborating their assertions. FOX News correspondent Benjamin Hall joins the podcast to describe what led up to the carnage, why Putin is shifting blame towards Ukraine, and explain why the United States and the Taliban share disdain for the same terrorist organization.

Plus, commentary from the host of OutKick’s Tomi Lahren is Fearless, Tomi Lahren.

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