# Pro life
In Abortion Debate, Only Extreme Voices Are Heard | Opinion
In the United States, the conversation on access to abortion is overwhelmingly controlled by those with minority opinions. One might assume that the two sides involved are those who want abortion made legally available at all times, regardless of the reason, and those who want abortion outlawed in every situation, regardless of circumstance.
What happens to abortion in Colorado without Roe v. Wade?
Pro-abortion protest sign.Photo by Emma Guliani / Pexels. (Denver, CO) The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, which guaranteed the right to an abortion in the nation, Friday morning, but in Colorado, the right remains thanks to state law.
Opinion: Abortion - An Ongoing Debate
Despite the fact that the 1973 decision of the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortion, pro-life advocates continue to chip away at the laws governing the status of foetuses in order to reverse the landmark decision. In an effort to sway public opinion, supporters of both sides of the debate, i.e., those who are pro-choice and those who are pro-life, have employed arguments designed to elicit strong emotional responses from the American public. Generations of women continued to control their reproductive lives through abortion and made it a subject of legal, ethical, and medical debate.
Pro-Choice Protests Outside the Church
A sign hung in the waiting room of Planned Parenthood in Perth Amboy, New Jersey.Bridget Mulroy. Lately, the protesting has gone both ways. The tactic is ironic - but not shocking. After the Supreme Court leak last week, pro-choice protestors have taken to the front doors of the church.
Roe v. Wade Overturned in Supreme Court Draft Opinion
A leaked draft opinion from the United States Supreme Court shows that Roe v. Wade, the landmark abortion case of 1973, might be overturned in coming weeks. A press release from the US Supreme Court makes clear that draft opinions are routinely circulated between justices as part of their deliberative work and that this is not a final decision or change in the law.
Tennessee Physicians Express Alarm as Supreme Court Appears Poised to Overturn Roe v. Wade
Tennessee law would make abortion a felony if Roe overturned. Physicians in Tennessee spoke out today following news of a potential U.S. Supreme Court decision that would overturn Roe v. Wade and subsequently leave abortion rights up to the states.
The Implications of Texas' Abortion Ban and the Supreme Court's Ruling in Whole Women's Health v. Jackson
Whole Women's Health involves Texas' bill banning abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected.[i] The heartbeat is detected estimated at roughly six weeks—where the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled six to three in favor of the inability of government officials to enforce the ban.[ii]
Colorado prepares to be haven for women seeking abortions
(Denver, Colo.) The right to have an abortion is now protected in Colorado, weeks ahead of the Supreme Court ruling on a Mississippi law that restricts access to abortion. In Colorado, abortion is legal, but until now, the right to an abortion relied on the precedent of Roe v Wade. The state had no laws prohibiting abortion, but also no laws that guaranteed the right to the procedure.
White Supremacist Group 'Patriot Front' Jeered in Chicago
Chicago, IL - Back in December, the self-avowed far-right group known as 'Patriot Front' led a protest march through the streets of D.C. Yesterday, the group arrived on the streets of Chicago to join a separate demonstration for anti-abortion activists. Although they did not number more than a few dozen, their presence drew heckles and jeers from the March for Life rally in Chicago on Saturday, the anti-abortion activists they had shown up to support.