Roe v. Wade

In yet another indication that overturning Roe v. Wade could spell doom for Republican politicians, voters in the Buckeye State overwhelmingly chose to enshrine the right to an abortion in the state Constitution.
State Attorney General Steve Marshall argues he can prosecute anyone in Alabama who helps provide out-of-state abortion aid.
Several Texas women suing the state over what they say are deeply confusing restrictions shared their harrowing stories in court on Wednesday.
Rev. Dr. Love Holt spoke before a House committee about the harm that a national abortion ban could cause.
Abortion rights activists were unhappy with the president’s comments, as millions of people are being denied access to abortion care in nearly half the country.
Trump said the federal government should play a “vital role” opposing abortion but again failed to provide specifics on what national restrictions he would support.
“It’s terrible. We’re at a 50% increase just in the year,” one provider said.
Some organizations that finance abortion care are spending donations quicker than they’re receiving them — threatening one of the last support systems for abortion.
From something so terrible, so unthinkable, came a full-blown resistance that centered abortion rights in the national conversation like never before.