NOLO defines "undue burden" as the following:
"In the field of reproductive rights, having the purpose or
effect of placing a substantial obstacle in the path of a woman seeking
an abortion of a fetus that is not yet viable. Laws that impose an undue
burden on a fundamental right are unconstitutional under current
Supreme Court cases." The key to this debate question is found in the second sentence.This is a common argument used by pro-choice plaintiffs or defendants in court in order to defend or advance their position. The question for this debate is whether or not "undue burden" is truly something which exists, for if an undue burden does not exist, then the argument cannot be used. Therefore, the question is posed once again: "Is there such a thing as "undue burden" on access to abortion?"
Q-Anons here??? Q-Anon is based on the belief that there's a child
sex ring operating in Washington, DC, and it's run by the deep state.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QAnonYesterday,
during his press conference, Trump admitted it and he's the TOP DUDE..
How could that NOT be true when he wished the recently arrested procurer
in chief for Jeffery Epstein, WELL??https://www.foxnews.com/politics/trump-ghislaine-maxwell-i-wish-her-wellYes he did..excon
Young Trump supporter, 18, says Marquette University threatened to rescind her offer after she posted TikTok videos in favor of the President that sparked death threats from other studentshttps://www.google.com/amp/s/www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8503841/amp/Trump-supporter-18-says-Marquette-University-threatened-rescind-offer-TikTok-videos.html
Hello:1. A man sleeping in his car??2. A dispute over a fake $20 bill??3. A man selling un-taxed cigarettes??4. Some boys smoking pot behind the bodega?5. A driver making an illegal left turn?6. Someone a snitch said had cocaine in their closet?7. A man yelling at his wife?8. A black man jogging through a white neighborhood?9. A misbehaving child at school?10. A jaywalker?11. A black man doing anything??excon
Barr says lying to the FBI isn't a crime.. Judge Emmet Sullivan says
that may be so, but lying to him is, for sure, a crime. And, that's what
Flynn did.. He swore, under oath, that he COMMITTED the crimes he was charged with. Then he changed his mind.The judge simply wants to know whether lying to him under oath, is a crime. I do too.https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/13/us/politics/michael-flynn-john-gleeson-judge.htmlexcon
You should research what Capital Punishment is and leave whether you are for or against it. Make sure to explain why you are for or against Capital Punishment. Please keep all of your comments polite and school appropriate.
Wealthy NYC businesses board up their stores to defend against civil unrest as virus decimates the NYPD and an emergency call goes out to health workers while the city virus death toll rises by 305 in one day to 1,867 victims https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8186835/amp/Wealthy-NYC-businesses-board-stores-defend-against-civil-unrest-virus-decimates-NYPD.htmlNYC Could See Food Rationing As Coronavirus Spreads: De Blasio"This is a pure war footing," de Blasio said Monday morning. "Right down to rationing if you need it."https://patch.com/new-york/new-york-city/nyc-could-see-food-rationing-coronavirus-spreads-de-blasio
We all live with the reality of law enforcement making sure we match the number on the sign to the number on our speedometer, but is this okay? Some people believe that these laws are either unbiblical, tyrannical, or just not smart. Do you think they solve any problems or are they only as pesky as the field of dandelions growing in my backyard.... (As usual in my debates, no cursing AT ALL allowed, this is a clean debate. You will be banned if you curse, period.)
Hello:The distinction is, if
we send a person to prison AS punishment, the sentence itself IS
the punishment.. But, if we send a person to prison FOR punishment, the
guards rightly believe it's their job to inflict it, and they do..excon