US Abortion Law- Protest against abortion rights in the United States: The debate on this issue intensified after the United States Supreme Court struck down the legal status of abortion rights. Voices of protest are rising after the reversal of a nearly 50-year-old ruling that legally approved abortion. Protests have taken place outside the US Supreme Court over abortion rights. In many other states, hundreds of people, including women, protested in the streets.
Supporters and opponents of the US Supreme Court’s decision took to the streets in Washington DC and other cities. From downtown San Jose to Cesar Chavez Plaza Park in Los Angeles turned into a massive march.
Voices of protest have intensified on the issue of abortion
When the landmark decision of the United States Supreme Court overturned its earlier Roe v. Wade decision, the voices of protest grew louder. Pro-abortion rights protesters marched through the streets of Washington for the second day in a row on June 25. Protesters are shown shouting slogans outside the Supreme Court building in Washington. People were saying that this decision should not remain intact. Protesters demanded legal abortion.
Protests after Roe v. Wade verdict overturned
Protesters rally for abortion rights in Los Angeles, California on Saturday, June 25, a day after the United States Supreme Court overturned its landmark Roe v. Wade decision. Women and men gathered in large numbers outside City Hall in downtown Los Angeles. Demonstrations were held across the country, including in New York, Indiana and Washington DC.
End of the constitutional right to abortion in the United States
In fact, the United States Supreme Court on Friday reversed its 5-decade-old Roe v. Wade decision. The Supreme Court has declared that the country’s Constitution does not give the right to abortion. After this Supreme Court ruling, US states will once again be allowed to completely ban abortion. Many states can pass their own laws on this.
What was the verdict in 1973?
The Supreme Court of the United States had rendered a decision in 1973 concerning abortion in America. In the 1973 ruling, the Supreme Court declared that women had the right to decide whether or not to conceive. However, there is resentment among most Americans over the constitutional rights taken away from abortion. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have also expressed concern over the Supreme Court’s decision.