As the overturn of Roe v. Wade looks increasingly likely, pro-life advocates and pro-abortion activists have presented visions of America after Roe that could not be more different. The pro-life movement’s is hopeful and helpful. The abortion lobby’s is apocalyptic — and impoverished.
For the pro-life movement, the excitement about the possible reversal of the 49-year-old precedent of Roe v. Wade is real, even as we know the road ahead is uneven.
If Roe is indeed overturned, our job will be to build consensus for the strongest protections possible for unborn children and women in every legislature and in Congress.
Dannenfelser: Anybody who embraces abortion up until the end and wants taxpayers to pay for it is not a viable candidate. And I think Democrats are going to start to see this at the polls.
We know more than ever before about the development of the child in the womb — the fact that there are two people in every abortion decision.
We need to move the U.S. back in line with modern science.
Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell wrote an opinion piece Monday supporting American corporations’ fight against pro-life laws, describing these companies as the “last firewall against the GOP’s assault on women’s rights” and praising them for actions that “respect women’s constitutional rights to reproductive autonomy.”