Leaked Supreme Court Documents Suggest the Elimination of Roe vs. Wade

Mitchell Kay

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Abortion is a controversial subject in our society today and there has been a recent uproar due to leaked documents from the Supreme Court of The United States.

Roe vs. Wade gave women the right to have an abortion with limited restrictions from the U.S. Government. This decision was monumental for woman's rights in the 1970s and has enabled women to have control over their bodies.

In recent days, a document was obtained that many believe is a sign that Roe vs. Wade will be overturned very soon.

A case in Mississippi is at the center of attention in the Supreme Court regarding abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy in the state, which is what has resulted in a large number of talks in the government.

Supreme Court documents like this never get leaked, especially before even being announced.

There is a very large amount of speculation regarding how this leak occurred, who was responsible for taking and copying the documents, and how it got into the hands of news outlets all over the country.

Since the leak, there have been marches all over the country defending the right to choose, and it is safe to say that these marches will not stop if this law is reversed.

Many people have taken to social media to defend the right to choose and many people have also taken to social media to defend the Supreme Court's decision.

All of this speculation has created heated debate across the board and it is unlikely to slow down until a politician of some sort addresses the issue.

You can read more about this topic and the sources used in this article using the links below:

https://www.npr.org/2022/05/03/1096075487/leaked-document-suggests-the-supreme-court-intends-to-strike-down-roe-v-wade?t=1651756709317

https://www.voanews.com/a/explainer-the-leak-of-supreme-court-s-draft-roe-v-wade-reversal/6556339.html

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