Case On Pregnant Immigrant Teen Offers Glimpse Of Where Kavanaugh Stands On Roe V. Wade
Although critics of Brett Kavanaugh are focusing on abortion rights to oppose the Supreme Court nominee, there is not a lot in his record that reveals his stance on the issue.
The Associated Press:
With Scant Record, Supreme Court Nominee Elusive On Abortion
Twice in the past year, Brett Kavanaugh offered glimpses of his position on abortion that strongly suggest he would vote to support restrictions if confirmed to the Supreme Court. One was in a dissent in the case of a 17-year-old migrant seeking to terminate her pregnancy. The other was a speech before a conservative group in which he spoke admiringly of Justice William Rehnquist's dissent in the 1973 Roe v. Wade case that established a woman's right to abortion. (Lavoie and Tarm, 8/3)