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How Abortion Ends Without Overturning Roe v. Wade

The key to ending access to abortion in America could be in a ruling from 28 years ago

The March for Women’s Lives in 1992, held in response to the Supreme Court case ‘Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey.’ Photo: Mark Reinstein/Getty Images

A conservative supermajority in the U.S. Supreme Court could spell the end of Roe v. Wade, making it once again legal for states to ban abortion. It’s what a generation of anti-abortion advocates have fought to achieve since the landmark…




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Andrea González-Ramírez

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Award-winning Puerto Rican journalist. Senior Writer at New York Magazine’s The Cut. Formerly GEN, Refinery29, and more. Read my work:

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