Larison counters Freddie:

For the most part, it seems to me that supporters of Roe are usually quite proud of the fact that the “right to choose” is no longer subject to the democratic process, and they are frequently alarmed by anything that threatens to return it to its former status. One cannot argue that there is both a constitutional right at stake and also argue that the entire issue remains subject to the democratic process.

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