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Supreme Court overturns Roe, upends 50 years of abortion rights: 5 essential reads on what happens next - The Moderate Voice

Jun 25, 2022 View Original Article
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    98% Extremely Conservative

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44% : Meanwhile, some states that are aren't expected to ban abortion have other barriers, such as requiring those under the age of 18 to obtain consent from a parent.
43% : The Supreme Court's decision to overturn the constitutional right to abortion had been indicated via a leaked draft opinion some weeks ago, but that doesn't diminish the impact it will have.
41% : Indeed, as Treva B. Lindsey at The Ohio State University writes, the battle over the right to abortion predates 1973's Roe v. Wade ruling by more than a century.
40% : Some states legalized abortion under specific circumstances.
39% : Despite the magnitude of this ruling, it is unlikely to end the debate on abortion.
39% : Whereas in Ireland in 1983 abortion was banned by means of a referendum - albeit one in which barely half the nation voted - in the U.S. the decision to overturn the constitutional right to get an abortion was made by a handful of Supreme Court justices.
35% : With a large proportion of Americans living in states that will ban abortion - and laws in more liberal states that still make getting an abortion difficult - the likelihood is that many women will have no choice but to remain pregnant.
34% : But in the mid- to late 19th century, states began to pass laws banning abortion.
34% : That long history of the states deciding whether to ban or legalize abortion is set to resume again after 50 years of women in the U.S. having a constitutional right to abortion guaranteed under Roe. Thirteen states, including Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma, have so-called "trigger laws" that aim to restrict abortion as soon as Roe was overturned.
32% : By the beginning of the 20th century, abortion was illegal in every state.

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