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Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says overturning Roe v. Wade 'would have very damaging effects on the economy'

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Well, here’s a take on the leaked Roe v. Wade draft decision we hadn’t heard previously. We had just thought overturning Roe v. Wade would hurt Planned Parenthood’s bottom line, but Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen explained to Sen. Bob Menendez Tuesday that “limiting access to abortion” would have “very damaging effects” on the economy. Menendez even cited a study suggesting that current state restrictions on abortion cost the United States about $105 billion annually. Maybe it’s not the “Putin price hike” after all; it’s those heartbeat bills to blame for our economic woes.

Yellen: Reducing abortions “would have very damaging effects on the economy and would set women back decades” pic.twitter.com/OLfzZvbM2T

— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) May 10, 2022

We were opposed to abortion before, but $105 billion? That might change our minds on Roe v. Wade.

Think she got a heads up on that question?🤔🤔

— Bruce Butler (@babutler865) May 10, 2022

Ending the lives of

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