US Supreme Court Overturns Landmark Abortion Ruling

6/24/2022 7:45:00 PM

US Supreme Court Overturns Landmark Abortion Ruling

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US Supreme Court Overturns Landmark Abortion Ruling

The US Supreme Court has overturned Roe vs. Wade, the landmark ruling that granted the right to abortion for nearly five decades in the United States.

“The authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives,” the ruling reads.The decision follows a leak last month of a draft opinion indicating that Roe v Wade would be overturned. That sparked widespread protests and condemnation across the US, with reproductive rights advocates saying millions of women would no longer have access to abortion services.

More than two dozen US states are likely to ban abortion now that the 1973 legal precedent has been overturned, according to reproductive rights group Guttmacher Institute, a move that rights groups said disproportionately harms low-income women and communities of colour.

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In a decision released on Friday, the country’s top court ruled in a Mississippi case that “the Constitution does not confer a right to abortion”.0 Comments The United States supreme court has ruled there is no constitutional right to abortion in the country.The conservative-dominated court overturned the landmark 1973 “Roe v Wade” decision that enshrined a woman’s right to an abortion, saying that individual states can now permit or restrict the procedure themselves.by Saharareporters, new York Jun 24, 2022 The U.

The justices voted 6-3, powered by the court’s conservative supermajority. “The authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives,” the ruling reads. Wade, the historic 1973 ruling that affirmed the constitutional right to abortion in the US. The decision follows a leak last month of a draft opinion indicating that Roe v Wade would be overturned. “The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of each State from regulating or prohibiting abortion,” he said. That sparked widespread protests and condemnation across the US, with reproductive rights advocates saying millions of women would no longer have access to abortion services. Not less than 26 states are expected to outlaw or restrict abortion. More than two dozen US states are likely to ban abortion now that the 1973 legal precedent has been overturned, according to reproductive rights group Guttmacher Institute, a move that rights groups said disproportionately harms low-income women and communities of colour. Now, the law will bar from having a gun anyone who is convicted of a domestic violence crime against someone they have a"continuing serious relationship of a romantic or intimate nature.

In Friday’s ruling, the justices held that the 1973 Roe v Wade decision that legalised abortions performed before a fetus would be viable outside the womb – between 24 and 28 weeks of pregnancy – was wrongly decided because the US Constitution makes no specific mention of abortion rights. The leaked draft majority opinion was written by Samuel Alito, one of the supreme court justices. The opinion shredded the 1973 Roe v. The Roe v Wade decision had argued that the right to personal privacy under the US Constitution protected a woman’s ability to terminate her pregnancy. RELATED . Wade decision that allowed abortions performed between 24 and 28 weeks of pregnancy — before a fetus would be viable outside the womb — was wrongly decided because the US constitution makes no specific mention of abortion rights.