The U.S. Supreme Court revoked the constitutional right to abortion; 36 million women will be hit



The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that abortion is a constitutional right. The right to abortion was made constitutional in 1973. The Supreme Court has reversed this decision after 50 years. The court imposed restrictions on abortion in a landmark case involving the legalization of abortion. Following the decision, the BBC reported that at least 22 U.S. states are expected to impose restrictions on abortion, and new rules and regulations will be enacted soon.



Thirteen U.S. states have already enacted laws banning abortion, which will be further amended following a Supreme Court ruling. According to a report by Plant Parenthood, the decision will directly impact 36 million women in the United States.


The U.S. Supreme Court has called on all courts to overturn a landmark decision to legalize abortion. The majority of the courts voted in favor of the proposal. But the report broke and was published on the website 'Politico .'U.S. courts have overturned the verdict in the Wade case against Roe. As a result, American women have been denied the right to abortion since 1973.



The possibility of this decision was already being expressed. The decision is now expected to have major repercussions. Over the past few weeks, many U.S. citizens have been protesting outside the Supreme Court in Washington, demanding the abolition of the right to abortion. Women from different walks of life are coming together and agitating on this issue, forgetting their differences. These movements reflected the American community's desire to fight for the right to abortion. Now the decision is expected to intensify the fight.



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