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Roe v. Wade Abortion Case Takes Center Stage on Capitol Hill, Campaign Trail

After Supreme Court draft opinion leaks, Democrats seek federal legislation, while Republicans embrace best casino sites 0s but criticize breach

Protesters marched in several American cities after Politico published a leaked draft opinion indicating that Roe v. Wade may be overturned. The 1973 precedent established a constitutional right to an abortion. Photo: Eric Lee for The Wall Street Journal

WASHINGTON—Top Democrats said they plan to make protecting women’s access to abortion a centerpiece of the fall elections while Republicans railed against a rare breach at the Supreme Court, after a leaked draft opinion indicated that conservatives could be on the brink of victory in their long fight to overturn Roe v. Wade.

The draft Monday evening by Politico, which it said was written by Justice Samuel Alito and was the opinion of the court. The authenticity of the draft, dated from February, was confirmed by Chief Justice John Roberts, but he said it wasn’t necessarily the final resolution in the case. The Supreme Court’s spokeswoman declined to comment.

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