USA Abortion Rights: Abortion rights end in America, US Supreme Court overturns 50-year-old decision

Publish Date: 25 Jun, 2022 |
 

In America, the Supreme Court has abolished the constitutional right to abortion, giving a big decision. By doing this, the court has changed its own five-decade-old historic decision where women were given legal status to have abortions.

After the US Supreme Court overturned the Roe v Wade decision, the legal status of the right to abortion for women in America will end. The US Supreme Court has made it clear in the decision that the country's constitution does not give the right of abortion.

What is Roe vs. Wade's story

The right to abortion is believed to be one of America 's most sensitive issues. It is this issue that also draws the dividing line between American fundamentalists and liberals. In the year 1973, the Supreme Court of America gave a historic decision on abortion, which was called Roe vs. Named Wade. Norma McCorvey, a girl living in Texas, USA, got married at a young age. She became a mother for the first time at the age of 16. She was not in a position to raise a child at that time. He left his child in the custody of his mother. She became a mother for the second time at the age of twenty.

Protests against the decision

Many people are outraged by the abrogation of the constitutional status of abortion in America. Women are demanding abortion rights. Protests have also taken place in many cities of the country for the right of abortion. Most Americans are of the opinion that the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision should be upheld. In a 1973 judgment, the Supreme Court had held that women have the right to decide whether or not to have a pregnancy.

US President Joe Biden has also expressed concern about this decision of the Supreme Court regarding abortion in America. He has said that the decision of the Supreme Court is taking the country on a dangerous path, although he has appealed to the protesters that it is better not to take the law in their hands. He has also spoken of fighting for the rights of women. The same Vice President Kamala Harris has linked it to the health care crisis and appealed to unite to protect the rights of women.

 

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