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  • What makes you ask such a question?
    • DancesWithWolves
      What makes you wonder?
  • Actually...repealing Roe v Wade results in (slightly) smaller government. "Big government" is when the Federal Government regulates or otherwise "takes over" some matter that was FORMERLY left to state governments to determine and/or regulate. SO: for example: mandating the legality of same-sex marriage throughout the U.S. is an example of "Federal government getting bigger". ALSO (therefore): mandating that abortion is legal throughout the U.S. (which was the result of Roe v Wade) was an example of "Federal government getting bigger". Restoring the matter to the authority of state governments is an example of "Federal government getting slightly smaller, state governments consequently getting slightly bigger".
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment

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