# Roe v wade
Opinion: Women's rights are at stake with a Conservative Supreme Court in power
The conservative majority on the Supreme Court is dangerous to democracy and the rule of law. Photo byPhoto by Tingey Injury Law Firm on Unsplash. The Constitution of the United States of America says that Supreme Justices are selected or appointed by the President, and the Senate has to approve or consent to the appointment.
Opinion: Women Have a Right to Reproductive Health Care
I’m tired of having the government involved in my health care decisions. The government is not a doctor. The government is not qualified to give an opinion on treatment. There are already enough problems with health care in the United States without adding more. Decisions about the treatment I receive are already between myself, my doctor, and my insurance.
Surrogacy industry implements new rules in wake of Roe’s reversal
In reaction to the Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organizationruling in June 2022 permitting states to again limit and even prohibit abortion procedures, surrogacy businesses have implemented new and more careful guidelines for in-vitro fertilization (IVF) to reduce potential abortions due to the fact that “selective reduction,” or abortion after IVF, is an often integral part of the process, according to surrogacy specialists.
Biden says two more Democrats to the Senate & keeping control of the House can lead to Roe V. Wade being codified
Roe v. Wade might be codified, according to President Biden, if two more Democrats were elected to the Senate and Democrats maintained control of the House. United States President Joe Biden.Penelope Perkins / Flickr.
Legal abortions nationwide declined by more than 10,000 in two months following Roe v. Wade
In just two months of Roe v. Wade being overturned by the Supreme Court, legal abortions across the country fell by more than 10,000. An "abortion" centric stock photo.Devonyu / Canva Pro.
Solomont Speaker Series panel explores impact of Dobbs decision on reproductive and other rights
Tisch College is pictured on Oct. 25.(Natalie Brownsell / The Tufts Daily) Tisch College and the Tufts University School of Medicine hosted a Solomont Speaker Series event titled “The Aftermath of Dobbs – Abortion in America” on Oct. 26. The panel considered the implications of June’s landmark Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization in the intersecting realms of healthcare policy and legislation.
Opinion: If Republicans want control of House & Senate in Nov, shouldn't they stay quiet about Roe v. Wade until then?
In the event that the Republicans want to win back control of the House and Senate, shouldn't they avoid bringing up the Roe v. Wade decision between now and November? Asks Victor.
Republicans waging an all-out attack on abortion rights in 'commitment to America' proposal
Since Roe v. Wade was overturned in June, Republicans have doubled down on decimating abortion rights with a one-page "commitment to America" legislative that was unveiled recently.
Fallout from the “Thank You, I’m Sorry” Speech and the Wrath of Jill Biden Because Nobody Stopped Him
During a recent rally aimed at restoring Roe v Wade, President Biden struggled mightily with his words causing his wife, who couldn’t be there, to fume because nobody pulled him off the stage.
Is Abortion as Important of an Issue Across America as Some Want You to Believe it is? | Opinion
We looked at several polls to determine the answer, and what we found might shock you. Ever since May, when word was leaked from inside the hallowed halls of the US Supreme Court that the highest Judicial body in the land was likely to overturn the 50-year-old landmark abortion rights case Roe vs. Wade, many Democratic detractors of the change have done their best to convince American voters that this would be the end all-beat all game changer which would tip the proverbial apple cart to the left and allow them to keep control of both chambers of Congress after the mid-term elections this November.
Democratic Analyst and Clinton Advisor James Carville Warns Dems Their Focus on Abortion is Going to Cost Them
For most of the summer, Democratic candidate after Democratic candidate has tried desperately to rally voters around the SCOTUS reversal of Roe vs Wade. However, poll after poll shows it isn’t working.
Opinion: It's Not the Supreme Court's Job to Enforce the "Christian Agenda"
As American citizens, we are taught to be grateful for our constitutional freedoms. However, many Americans don’t seem to be aware that we have rights beyond what is explicitly stated in the Constitution.
Tennessee Pastors Condemn "Cruelty" of Abortion Trigger Law
Total abortion ban in Tennessee now in effect, faith group calls out cruelty of "no exceptions" policy. Tennessee's total ban on abortions goes into effect today, the result of a so-called "trigger law" that effectively outlaws the procedure in the state following the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade.
Analysts Question if Walmart’s Expanded Access to Abortion Services For Employees Will Hurt Its Business
On the heels of a substantial stock hit, financial experts and online analysts consider the superchain’s most recent controversial decision. This article is based solely on corporate postings and accredited media reports, and does not necessarily reflect the views of the NewsBreak platform. Linked information within this article is attributed to the following outlets: Wikipedia.org, SupermarketNews.com, Google.com, CNN.com, The Washington Post, The National Review, and The Meadville Tribune.
Nancy Davis, Louisiana woman denied abortion despite fetus not having a skull (Acrania)
A pregnant woman has been denied an abortion under new state legislation post Roe V. Wade despite fetus having fatal condition. Davis's fetus is diagnosed with Acrania, a rare fetal abnormality that is characterized by the complete or partial absence of skull bones surrounding the fetal brain. The condition is uniformly 100% lethal.
Planned Parenthood Estimated To Spend Millions For The Midterms
Planned Parenthood says its spending will help remind voters. The opinion of the author is his own and has no affiliation with the topic that was included. Sources that are used in this article are the following: AP and for information about individuals, he used Wikipedia.
Jamba Juice, 7-Eleven Coffee, and Roe v Wade
What a morning! Started off with the gym, followed by some delicious Jamba Juice and 7-Eleven coffee, then sat in the hotel watching America melt down because of the Roe v Wade ruling.
Embryos With a Detectable Heartbeat Now Count As Dependents for the Purposes of Tax Returns in Georgia
There are many contentious sides to the debate between pro-life and pro-choice groups, and there's a real sense that we've only just begun to see all the knock-on effects from the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe V. Wade in June this year.
If America’s Left Wants to Win, They Have to First Learn To Fight [opinion]
Likes, shares, and retweets aren’t going to hack it. Protestors for women's rights gather on a American street.Photo: Cyndi Monaghan/Getty Images. Towards the end of the school year, high school students near me staged a walkout to bring attention to the fight for abortion rights.