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Global “Binding Machine Market” market size is expected to reach USD 817.6 million by the end of 2027, with a CAGR of 0.3% between 2021 and 2027. This report offers in-depth industry-oriented drivers, restraints, threats, and opportunities in the market. The prime objective of this report is to provide the insights industry which will help market players in this field evaluate their business approaches. Binding Machine market report highlights investment scenario, market share, size and competition landscape of the companies these details will help buyers, businesses, strategists, and individu...

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Chief Justice John Roberts, right

There's now another big leak from The United States Supreme Court, and this one's being unapologetically linked to the court's conservative wing. The Washington Post has a new story in which multiple sources describe how Chief Justice John Roberts was planning to further carve away at Roe v. Wade by giving the court's approval to the Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks, but wanted to dodge overturning Roe completely.

The Supreme Court's other conservatives, however, essentially told him to pound sand. They wanted a full end to Roe, which is Justice Alito got the plum role of writing a hard-edged, theocratic-premised decision declaring federal abortion rights to be dead based squarely on the premises of his own personal religion and the rantings of an infamous 17th century misogynist and witch hunter.

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Supreme Court set to overturn Roe v. Wade

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In segments discussing the Supreme Court draft opinion revealing the court has decided to repeal Roe v. Wade, Fox News hosted an overwhelming number of men and white people, largely excluding voices most heavily affected by the decision to strike down abortion rights in the United States. In contrast, CNN and MSNBC hosted a majority of women to discuss the news.

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In cable news segments that discussed Roe or the draft opinion between May 2, when Politico published the leaked decision, through 5 p.m. EDT on May 5:

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