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Steve Bova (center) traveled from Maryland to Los Angeles with the "People's Convoy" to protest covid-19 restrictions. Despite using a phrase that originated with the abortion rights movement, he opposes abortion. Rachel Bluth/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Politics chat: Supreme Court rulings limit executive action on climate and abortion

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Bryan Peden, an anti-abortion supporter stands outside the Jackson Women's Health Organization clinic in Jackson, Miss., and waves his King James version of the Bible, as he cries out to women entering the medical facility to not have and abortion, Saturday, July 2, 2022. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Uvalde School Police Chief Pete Arredondo (left) attends a news conference outside of the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 26. Dario Lopez-Mills/AP hide caption

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NATO commits to focusing on Russia and China

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The Biden administration has to change course on climate change after Court ruling

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Week in politics: Decisions from the Supreme Court supermajority reshape the U.S.

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WNBA star Brittney Griner begins trial in Moscow over drug charges

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A sign in Carson City, Nevada in January 2021 calling on pro-Trump protesters, supporting his baseless claims of election fraud, to go home. Now, other candidates are following in Trump's footsteps. Ronda Churchill/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Olivia Rodrigo teamed up with Lily Allen to perform "F You" at the Glastonbury Festival last week. Kate Green/Getty Images hide caption

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5 protest songs that have taken on new meaning post-Roe

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Suitcases, secret lists, and Citizens United

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Some fear Christian nationalism is getting legal legitimacy through the Supreme Court

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