SCOTUS is Tilting, But the Landscape Has Already Changed

The prospect of a US Supreme Court tilting right has spurred speculation that the landmark 1973 abortion ruling Roe v. Wade will be overturned.

But the landscape is very different today, write Pam Belluck and Jan Hoffman—with more tools to prevent and detect pregnancy, and obtain medication abortions.

Still, the Court would likely uphold efforts to restrict access to abortions, making a de facto ban. And, “The people most impacted are the immigrant women already under siege, low-income women, women of color, transgender and queer women,” said National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health Executive Director Jessica González-Rojas.

The New York Times

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