Would Supreme Court Decide Against Abortion Rights?
Would Supreme Court Decide Against Abortion Rights? :(.) Recently the media news reported a draft Supreme Court decision that’s still not under execution, that, if adopted as it stands would overturn the Roe vs. Wade back then in1973 decision regarding Abortion Rights, which guarantees the right of American women to dispose of their bodies across the country, in the name of the right to privacy.(.)
If the following decision was confirmed by the supreme court in the country, it would again be up to each of the fifty states to decide and establish the new measures for abortion again. However, according to the Center for Reproductive Rights, about half of the states could ban abortion altogether. According to the Guttmacher Institute, up to half of the American women of childbearing age or about 40 million women live in a State that could deprive them of this right or drastically limit it.(.)
(.) The end of the Roe vs. Wade case law would above all be synonymous with danger to women’s health. Back then in the Last century abortion was legal in less than 5 American states, unless the mother is in a dangerous situation. In the early 1960s, one of the largest hospitals in Chicago treated more than 4,000 women each year who had suffered botched clandestine abortions whose consequences put their lives in danger,
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Now it is possible to order abortion pills on the Internet – safe and effective up to ten weeks of pregnancy or to buy them in Mexico, where they are sold over the counter. Officially, it is illegal to sell drugs prescribed in another country to American patients without a prescription from a licensed physician in the United States. In practice, the application of this law is very difficult. Thus, the demand for abortion pills sent from abroad has more than tripled in Texas since September 2021, when the state drastically limited access to abortion.(.)
(.) Pro-choice associations fear, however, that women who do not have access to this pill or are unaware of its existence will turn to much more radical methods of abortion. Desperate, some risk falling down the stairs, violently hitting their stomachs, or even ingesting dangerous products.
The Supreme Court has a monopoly on the interpretation of the Constitution and the judgments it renders are a key source of law within this federal state. Removing the Roe v. Wade case would therefore be tantamount to breaking a constitutional lock. This is the fear that was expressed by Joe Biden who considered that the arguments put forward in the Supreme Court’s draft decision went far beyond abortion. The Democrat thus cited the right to contraception or marriage between people of the same sex as being able to be called into question by a “fundamental change in doctrine from the highest American court.(.)