Overturning Roe means Americans are ‘losing their right to not conform’ says New York Times guest essay

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The Supreme Court’s decision to let states decide their own restrictions on abortion signaled the end of privacy rights and the right to nonconformity, argued one legal scholar in the New York Times.

Frequent MSNBC guest analyst and NYU law professor Melissa Murray marveled at conservatives celebrating the overturning of Roe v. Wade, saying they were actually celebrating “the prospect of overruling privacy rights,” for those who choose to “buck traditional ideas about sex and family.”

In a guest essay for the Times, she argued the Dobbs v….

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