Comment: A sheriff doesn't have that authority

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A sheriff doesn't have that authority

any more than a governor or state legislature does because of Roe.

And until Roe v. Wade is overturned, state regulations on abortions are the only way to "run the abortionists outta town." Since 2010, we've seen the most massive gains of pro-life legislators since Roe v. Wade. This past election cycle, despite the losses at the Senate and presidential level, the House of Representatives and state legislatures saw gains in pro-lifers. If the listen to Bloomberg or NPR, you'll find the abortion industry is extremely worried about abortion providers being regulated out of business over the past two years.