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After taking more than 70 million innocent lives, Roe v Wade has been overturned.

By a vote of 6-3 on June 24, the Supreme Court formally overturned Roe v. Wade, the seminal 1973 precedent which legalized abortion nationwide is gone - brought the conversation back to the state level, and in doing so, allowing people the right to decide the laws for their state rather than unelected officials.

In reversing Roe v. Wade, the states of ID, UT, WY, ND, SD, OK, TX, MO, AR, LA, MS, TN and KY activate "Abortion Trigger Bans", banning abortion effective immediately.

This is a historic moment when children in the womb - in these states - will finally have the legal protection they deserve. A further 13 states are certain or likely to follow suit and ban abortion.

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The ruling came in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, it also reversed the 1992 companion precedent known as Planned Parenthood v. Casey which held that the states can't impose significant restrictions on abortion before a fetus becomes viable for life outside the womb.

Justice Samuel Alito wrote the majority opinion, which the other five conservative justices joined, whilst Chief Justice John Roberts concurred in the court's judgment by filing his own separate opinion. Justice Stephen Breyer wrote a dissenting opinion that was joined by two other liberal justices.

Court Ruling from SCOTUS

10-1392 Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organizations

From the Court: "Held: The Constitution does not confer a right to abortion, Roe and Casey are overruled; and the authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives." The 116-page ruling also states,

"Roe was also egregiously wrong and on a collision course with the Constitution from the day it was decided...The Court (at the time) short-circuited the democratic process by closing it to the large number of Americans who disagreed with Roe." - US Supreme Court

Whilst pro-abortion activists will argue that abortion is a "right" that is protected by the Constitution and said the argument could not be more flawed and baseless. At the time of Roe, 30 States prohibited abortion at all stages. In the years prior to that decision, about 1/3 of the States had liberalized their laws, but Roe abruptly ended that democratic process. It's worth noting that the Constitution makes no mention of abortion.

The 14th Amendment of the Constitution protects the right to life for all in a nation, born or preborn. This ruling simply fixes an unconstitutional ruling.

Many around the nation rejoice as the victory is one that they've fought for for almost 50 years, and one that overwhelming the majority of Americans support. This is a historic moment, but some states will undoubtedly pass radical legislation that will allow abortion in their respectful states.

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Moreover, in overturning one of the most unjust Supreme Court ruling in US history, many are anticipating somewhat unsavory response from the pro-abortion side. The Department of Homeland Security has already communicated with Catholic Churches and pregnancy centers, urging them to be prepared for a "Night of Rage" by pro-abortion groups pledging "extreme violence." Since the Dobbs v. Jackson draft was leaked in May, dozens of churches have been vandalized, and dozens of pro-life pregnancy centers and offices have been vandalized and firebombed. There was also an attempt to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh.

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DHS has communicated with churches and pregnancy support centers of deadly attacks by pro-abortion groups. Posters have been placed around DC as a call to engage in a night of violence.

In the face of violence and unrest, pro-life advocates have pledged to continue to fight for the pro-life movement to protect the lives of the unborn and the sanctity of life. To them, the fight has just begun.


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