U.S. Supreme Court ruling changes abortion in America

Posted By on June 26, 2022

Friday’s Supreme Court decision has us all pondering where our country is heading? We’ve had 65 million legal abortions since 1973 and now after 50 years of “abortion being a protected right” since the Rowe v. Wade ruling, we breaking new ground.


As some have said, “science and sonograms have enlightened most people on the issue of abortion.” Humane people who contemplate sucking out an AbortionNR2Lifeembryo with a beating heart, or have watched (or heard about) the tearing apart of pre-birthed human beings (that feels pain), know in their soul that this is not right. Society must change and needs to find a better way than what was the status quo.

I commented (below) this to a friend in trying to understand other points of view after the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health decision … and tried to find some common ground. I think the decision is still too raw.

Since the Supreme Court has declared  that “abortion is not a constitutionally protected right” … it has shifted the issue back to each state’s “laboratory of democracy.” Each can determine what works and doesn’t work for the voters of their states. If one state finds the magic sauce, hopefully others will tweak and adopt. Democracy the way our nations’ founders intended.


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