In the debate over Roe v. Wade, “two moms, two viewpoints” best describes the situation.
Two mothers, each of whom is on a different side of the debate regarding Roe v. Wade, spoke with the media as the nation waits for the Supreme Court to rule on the future of abortion legislation. Roe v. Wade is the case in which the Supreme Court will decide whether or not to overturn the 1973 decision legalizing abortion.
Last month, Politico reported that a leaked draft judgment suggested the Supreme Court was planning to overrule Roe v. Wade, the case from 1973 that established a legal right to an abortion in the United States. Roe v. Wade was the case that established a legal right to an abortion in the United States. In the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the question before the Supreme Court is whether or not the state of Mississippi’s legislation, which forbids abortions after 15 weeks of gestation, should be upheld.
According to a woman who was interviewed by the media from Connecticut, “the life of a 1-year-old would be no different than the life of a 15-week-old, 20-week-old, or 24-week-old child.”
“I still see it as a child,” she said in her statement, referring to herself.