Biden ramps up for 2024, and a year since the end of Roe

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President Joseph Biden speaks on stage during a rally at the Pennsylvania Convention center in Philadelphia, PA, on June 17, 2023. This marks the first event in his 2024 presidential campaign. Photo by Bastiaan Slabbers/Sipa USA.

President Biden is hitting the campaign trail to tout his first-term accomplishments, gain support, and refill his war chest. But in the face of sagging poll numbers, can he convince voters to grant him a second term? 

It’s now been one year since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. What’s changed in the absence of federal abortion protections, and what else has the court ruled on in its most recent term? Can it maintain public credibility amidst political polarization?

A storm is brewing inside the environmental movement, pitting clean energy advocates against conservationists concerned about the impacts of development. How will a movement that’s been primarily focused on opposing new projects retool to build the infrastructure necessary to combat climate change?




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