Our Rights, Spies & The Crown Act

February 24, 2024

In This Episode:

Kimberly Atkins Stohr hosts #SistersInLaw to explain how the Dobbs decision has created a legal framework for Alabama’s ban on IVF and look at the potential challenges that could overturn it.  Then, the #Sisters discuss the legality and lies of Alexander Smirnov’s allegations against President Biden, the role of Russian disinformation, and the political impact.  They also examine a CROWN Act based challenge pushing back against the discriminatory policy of a Texas high school.

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Alabama’s IVF policy destroyed by a cartoon

The rise of christian nationalism in the MAGA movement

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