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What is Roe v. Wade, the landmark abortion access case? - Sentinel Colorado

May 05, 2022 View Original Article
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    90% Extremely Conservative

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    -4% Negative

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57% : She had conflicted feelings about each, he said, but was consistent on one point: supporting abortion through the first trimester.
54% : Blackmun was still on the court in 1992, when it heard Planned Parenthood v. Casey, a challenge to Pennsylvania abortion laws that included a 24-hour waiting period.
51% : Both found a right to abortion until the point of fetal viability, at roughly 24 weeks.
50% : The majority opinion found an absolute right to abortion during the first trimester of pregnancy.
50% : At the time of Roe, abortion was broadly legal in just four states and allowed under limited circumstances in 16 others.
44% : Upholding that ban would undermine both Roe and Casey, which allow states to regulate -- but not ban -- abortion up until the point of fetal viability, at roughly 24 weeks.
42% : The conservative-leaning court unexpectedly upheld the right to abortion -- while also making it easier for states to impose regulations.
41% : That's the lawsuit that led to the landmark 1973 decision establishing a constitutional right to abortion in the United States.
41% :Roe v. Wade is the name of the lawsuit that led to the landmark 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision establishing a constitutional right to abortion in the United States.
41% : It was his job to enforce a state law prohibiting abortion except to save a woman's life, so he was the person McCorvey sued when she sought the abortion.
41% : The decision, per the draft, would likely result in a patchwork of abortion laws, with some states protecting abortion and others prohibiting it outright.
40% : The question before the U.S. Supreme Court was: Does the Constitution recognize a woman's right to terminate her pregnancy by abortion?
39% : A leaked draft of a U.S. Supreme Court decision suggests the country's highest court could be poised to overturn the constitutional right to abortion, allowing individual states to more heavily regulate or even ban the procedure.
38% : It challenges Mississippi's ban on abortion after 15 weeks.

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