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Your privacy is at risk should Roe v. Wade fall, experts warn

May 05, 2022 View Original Article
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    -50% Medium Liberal

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    50% Medium Conservative

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    30% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

55% : If/When/How, an advocacy organization working to ensure "all people have the power to determine if, when, and how to define, create, and sustain families with dignity," according to its website, is deeply aware of the connection between privacy and the right to abortion.
47% : "If this reasoning were adopted, it would not only reverse a half century of abortion rights, but it would undermine the Constitution's long-recognized right to privacy, which has played a role in protecting everything from the right to contraceptives to the right to same-sex marriage," he explained over email.
46% : That's because the right to abortion, according to the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, stems from the right to privacy guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment's due process clause.
43% : "Contraception, consensual same-sex conduct, interracial marriage, and same-sex marriage are all within the sweep of what the Supreme Court is calling into question."While it's unclear what, exactly, comes next -- Chief Justice John Roberts insisted that the authentic leaked draft document is not final -- privacy and legal experts see a dangerous and regressive path ahead.
41% : Notably, the many experts we spoke with agreed that the threat to Americans' privacy-derived rights is not limited solely to the right to abortion.
38% : And while the public's immediate reaction to the news understandably focused on what such a reversal would mean for the right to abortion, experts warn that the Court's looming decision presages yet another attack on a sacrosanct American right: the right to privacy.

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