Roe Vs. Wade Case Analysis

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Since the Roe vs Wade case in 1973, the issue of a woman’s decision to have an abortion has been legalized at the federal level. States do have the right to place restrictions on obtaining abortions. In 2013, Texas passed abortion clinic regulations that reduced the clinics in number from forty-one to nineteen. The right to life of an unborn child should be guaranteed and abortion should be outlawed. It is inhumane to end a defenseless human life if the mother’s life is not endangered. In the past, I may have dealt with this issue by volunteering at local clinics that do not support abortion. There is a local clinic I have supported in the past who seeks to give mother’s of unplanned pregnancy an alternative to abortion. Members at my church share the same beliefs, so talking to them is the closest outlet to discuss abortion laws in Texas. The …show more content…

Formed in the 1960’s, the group began to take serious action after the United States Supreme Court ruling on the Roe vs Wade case. They are the oldest, largest, and only Pro-Life organization in Texas. Although they are the only Pro-Life organization, their efforts have been strong because of the strong belief and supporters behind them. The interest group, Texas Right to Life, is an organization with the mission statement, “We seek due process of law and equal protection of the law for all human beings from the moment of fertilization until natural death and without regard to their age or physical and mental competence.” They fight for lives that cannot fight for themselves. The Texas Right to Life PAC funded ads that expose Wendy Davis’ abortion stance and had a tremendous reaction of Pro-Life supporters in the Hispanic community. Texas Right to Life is in action educating families, teens, and individuals on how to face unplanned pregnancy, take action in the legislature, PAC’s, and general rallies to gain support and encourage the Pro-Life

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