U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Roe Vs. Wade Ending Abortion Rights

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More than anything, we're interested to hear other opinions because this issue doesn't really impact TKC directly.

We really doubt there's any lady of child-bearing age that reads this sausage-fest blog . . . But if you're out there . . . Seriously, you have top priority right now.

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Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, ending 50 years of federal abortion rights

The Supreme Court on Friday overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark ruling that established the constitutional right to abortion in the U.S. in 1973. The court's controversial but expected ruling gives individual states the power to set their own abortion laws without concern of running afoul of Roe, which for nearly half a century had permitted abortions during the first two trimesters of pregnancy.

Rev. Franklin Graham, other faith leaders react to 'significant' SCOTUS abortion ruling

The Supreme Court of the United States has handed down a ruling on Friday, June 24, 2022, voting to overturn Roe v. Wade and Casey. The new ruling on Friday gives the states the power to set their own abortion laws. The Roe ruling had for nearly half a century permitted abortions in the first two trimesters of pregnancy.

US supreme court overturns abortion rights, upending Roe v Wade

The supreme court has ruled there is no constitutional right to abortion in the United States, upending a precedent set nearly 50 years ago in the landmark Roe v Wade case -a rare reversal of long-settled law that will fracture the foundations of modern reproductive rights in America.

Missouri bans almost all abortions after Roe v. Wade is overturned. Here's what you need to know

The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a fatal blow to Roe v. Wade, a decision that allows Missouri to implement a "trigger ban" outlawing almost all abortions. Here's what you need to know about the new state of reproductive rights in Missouri.

Supreme Court wipes away constitutional guarantee of abortion rights, overturning half century of precedent

The Supreme Court on Friday overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling that guaranteed a constitutional right to an abortion in a 6-3 vote, a momentous break from a half century of rulings on one of the nation's most controversial issues. About half the states have already indicated they would move to ban the procedure.

Roe is overturned. Here's what that means for abortion in Kansas

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday, in a decision overturning the nearly 50-year-old case of Roe v. Wade, ruled that it's up to each state to determine what, if any, restrictions to impose on abortion access. That ruling raises the stakes for an upcoming constitutional amendment vote in Kansas.

AG Schmitt ends abortion in Missouri following SCOTUS ruling

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt signed a proclamation Friday banning abortion following the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade at about 9 a.m. Missouri has a "trigger law," meaning abortion would be abolished with a proclamation from the governor or AG following Roe v. Wade overturning.

Where abortion stands in your state: A state-by-state breakdown of abortion laws

The U.S. Supreme Court voted Friday to strike down Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that guaranteed the right to an abortion. In the 6-3 decision, along party lines, the court ruled that "the Constitution does not confer a right to abortion."

Assaults against abortion clinics, patients rose 128% in 2021: report

Assaults directed at abortion clinic staff and patients increased 128% last year over 2020, according to a new report from the National Abortion Federation. Why it matters: Heated political rhetoric, the passage of more restrictive state abortion bans and increased media coverage all factored in the increase in violence, emboldening those "who want to harass and terrorize abortion providers," Melissa Fowler, NAF Chief Program Officer, told reporters.

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