Roe v. Wade could quite possibly be reversed this year. The arguments in favor of reversal are powerful and gaining traction, essentially bringing old reasoning into greater focus and doubt both morally and legally. What then?
On the merits, a case entitled Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization was argued before the Supreme Court in December 2021. How this case is decided—likely in June, five months before the 2022 elections—will cast either light or shadow.
The question posed is whether a Mississippi law prohibiting abortion after 15 weeks, technically prior to the 24-week “viability” standard, is constitutional. Why would such state laws not be constitutional? Because in 1973, the High Court in Roe v. Wade mysteriously “found” a constitutional “right” tucked into the 14th Amendment to kill a nascent baby if not “viable” outside the womb.
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