US Supreme Court Strikes Down Abortion Rights, Overturns Landmark Ruling

US Supreme Court strikes abortion rights and overturns groundbreaking ruling

On Friday, the US Supreme Court terminated the right to abort on one of the most divisive and fiercely fought issues in American political life with an earthquake ruling that cuts off half a century of constitutional protection.

Conservative-controlled courts overturned the groundbreaking Roe v. Wade ruling in 1973, enshrining women’s right to abortion, allowing individual states to permit or limit their own procedures. Said that it became.

“The Constitution does not give the right to abortion. Law and Casey are dismissed and the authority to regulate abortion is returned to people and their elected representatives,” the court said.

In the majority opinion, Judge Samuel Alito raises the serious moral issue that abortion has a fiercely conflicting view of Americans.

“The Constitution does not prohibit citizens of each state from regulating or banning abortion,” he said.