Reproductive Rights -
A Woman's Right to Choose
The Supreme Court makes a landmark decision in the case of Roe V. Wade on January 22, 1973, legalizing Abortion across the United States.
The Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade, on June 24, 2022 holding that there is no longer a federal constitutional right to an abortion.
Each state is now free to pass laws restriction abortions.
Florida passes a new law banning abortions after 6 weeks.
The Impact of the New Law
Mothers, sisters, daughters, and grand-daughters, and wives will be a increased risk of dying from a risky pregnancy
Doctors will be reluctant to give needed medical treatment for miscarriages or other pregnancy related medical conditions.
Women may go to jail for seeking an abortion
Doctors may go to jail for aiding a pregnant woman
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Florida Supreme Court hearing on abortion ban - First Coast News
The arguments are over a 15-week abortion ban, but if the state Supreme Court overturns the right to abortion, the 6-week trigger ban will take effect.
ABC News' Phil Lipof spoke with Dr. Shelly Tien, an abortion care provider for Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida, about the impact of the new six-week ban on abortions in Florida.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis quietly signed a bill into law late Thursday night banning abortions in the state in almost all cases after six weeks. It comes as the issue of abortion is taking center stage in 2024 presidential campaign. NBC’s Laura Jarrett reports for TODAY.
Deborah Dorbert is a Florida resident who was forced to carry her pregnancy to term and deliver after discovering the fetus was diagnosed with a lethal condition. Florida's abortion ban includes an exception for fatal fetal abnormalities, but her doctors told her they could not act, according to Washington Post reporting. Dorbert and her husband Lee along with their doctor, Dr. David Berger, join Morning Joe to discuss.