If Roe Is Thrown Out, Roughly Half Of U.S. States Will Restrict Abortions

If Roe Is Thrown Out, Roughly Half Of U.S. States Will Restrict Abortions


According to an organization that is the leading advocate for abortion, nearly half of the states in the nation already have laws that could restrict abortions if the Supreme Court invalidates Roe v. Wade.

That scenario became much more likely after Monday night’s revelation of a Supreme Court draft opinion that would indeed throw out the badly-decided 1973 Court decision.

The Guttmacher Institute, an ardent supporter of abortion access, wrote, “23 states have laws that could be used to restrict the legal status of abortion” while acknowledging, “16 states and the District of Columbia have laws that protect the right to abortion.”

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The Guttmacher Institute declared, “13 states have post-Roe laws to ban all or nearly all abortions that would be triggered if Roe were overturned,” adding, “7 states have

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