Roe v. Wade should be overturned
Roe v. Wade is a landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision which established abortion as a constitutional right guaranteed by the 14th amendment. By making it a constitutional right, the court's decision made abortion generally legal across the entire U.S. and has forbidden state and federal legislators (as well as governors and presidents) from blocking access to abortion.
Roe v. Wade can be overturned by a majority of the Supreme Court or by a constitutional amendment. Some federal legislators and presidential candidates have said they would appoint Supreme Court justices who would be likely to overturn Roe v. Wade, and some have also supported constitutional amendments which overturn Roe v. Wade, either by returning the decisions to legislators or by making abortion illegal outright.
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