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As lawmakers prepare for the U.S. Supreme Court to weaken or void its landmark Roe v. Wade abortion rights decision, Nick Ehli with Kaiser Health News reports the right to privacy is written into Montana’s constitution so, even if Roe v. Wade is overturned, it wouldn’t affect the Treasure State. Attorney General Austin Knudsen has asked state’s high court however to overturn a 23-year-old ruling that extended the state’s constitutional right to privacy to the right to have an abortion.

Today, on Voices of Montana, he explained why he made this request to the court and why he objects to the original ruling of Armstrong v. State back in 1999.

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