The Pros And Cons Of Roe V. Wade

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Established in 1973, the Supreme Court ruled that Roe V Wade is an individual's right to abort a baby. Protected by the 14th amendment Roe V Wade implied that abortion was a basic right. As a Federal decision Roe V Wade overturned On June 24, 2022. Leaving the decision to be a state-to-state choice. In some states eliminating the longstanding right to an abortion, causing protests and outrage. Roe V Wade being overturned negatively impacts women's right to health, reproductive rights, and it implies that we are taking a step backwards in womens progression. “According to the World Health Organization, 23,000 women die of unsafe abortion each year and tens of thousands more experience significant health complications'' (The world's abortion laws). An unsafe abortion is any termination of a pregnancy by someone lacking the skills to medically terminate a pregnancy. Although an unsafe abortion is life threatening, women will continue to have unsafe abortions because of conditions without access to safe abortions such as a ban. In rare cases women need an abortion in life threatening situations, although it is rare, it is still important. Women should have …show more content…

Some argue that it is not and it is the other way around. That having an abortion is an abomination, saying that there is a baby at conception, in some cases that idea formed by religious members quoting bible verses. (Jeremiah 1:5). King David said this about God’s role in our conception: "For you created my inner being; you knit myself together in my mother’s womb”. Which is not true, inside the mothers womb it is a developing fetus not a baby. “A human fetus does not have the capacity to experience pain until after at least 24–25 weeks'' (ACOG. (n.d.)). Abortions are legal up until then. The first clause in the Bill of Rights says “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.”. So people voting with the belief coming from the bible is not

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