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How Will the Roe V. Wade Supreme Court Decision Effect Abortion Laws in Missouri?

This week, the United States Supreme Court overturned the historic 1973 “Roe vs. Wade” judgement in a decision that altered the course of history.

A woman’s right to terminate a pregnancy was enshrined in the Constitution by a decision from the 1970s. Conservatives are ecstatic, whilst liberals are enraged. There are two sides to this story, followed by the truth. The reality.

How Was the Supreme Court Established?

The Constitution granted the Supreme Court ultimate authority over all laws, particularly those whose legitimacy was in question.

The Supreme Court is also responsible for overseeing disputes involving United States treaties, foreign diplomats, admiralty practise, and maritime jurisdiction.

What Is the Role of the Supreme Court?

urt?The Supreme Court is the Constitution’s guardian and interpretation. The United States Constitution creates the Supreme Court.

What Is the Most Important Role of the Supreme Court?

As the ultimate arbitrator of the law, the Supreme Court is tasked with delivering on the promise of equal justice under the law to the American people; it also serves as the Constitution’s keeper and translator.

What Is the Connection to Roe V. Wade?

In layman’s terms, this means that the Supreme Court interprets the law on numerous issues including questions about constitutional rights.

This is not the only thing the Supreme Court performs, but it is relevant to Roe v. Wade.

Last week, the “Roe v. Wade” case took centre stage in the Mississippi Department of Health v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, an abortion clinic, and one of its physicians argued that Roe v. Wade “violated this Court’s precedents establishing a constitutional right to abortion”

In a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court ruled that the previous ruling in this case from the 1970s was not by the United States Constitution and reversed the previous decision. Supreme Court’s response was,


The Constitution does not grant a right to abortion; Roe and Casey are overturned, and the power to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives. – The highest court of the United States of America.

In essence, the Supreme Court determined that the Constitution does not mention abortion as a fundamental right.

The Supreme Court endeavours to view the cases it hears without bias and to explain how the Constitution applies to those cases.

The Supreme Court did its job, even though the ruling is more popular with some than others.

What Does This Mean for Women in Missouri?

Being a very conservative state, Missouri prohibits abortions immediately. There are exceptional circumstances, such as the health of the mother and child, that may or may not affect Missouri’s abortion laws.

Voting is the only option for Missouri residents who are dissatisfied with the situation. However, a large majority of Missourians agree with this decision, as Missouri is a red state, so this is a tall order.

However, this does not prohibit you from seeking abortion services outside of Missouri. In states where abortions are legal, you will not be “arrested” for receiving such services.

The Supreme Court ruled that it is the responsibility of each individual state, not the federal government, to regulate these services.

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There are as many states that lean to the right as there are states that lean to the left, so on a state level, the business will continue as usual in the more liberal democratic states. These services will no longer be available in red states like Missouri.

If you are still concerned about the implications of this decision for women across the country, you can read the entire 213-page Supreme Court ruling by clicking here.

When taking a stand for a cause, it is always beneficial to be aware of what you are fighting for. To see the facts objectively and without bias, research must be conducted.

Change is the result of participation, and participation is simpler than you may believe.

Tell your senator how you feel about Missouri’s stance on abortion by clicking on this link and sending them an email.

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