Supreme Court should respect Roe's viability line for abortion

USA Today


Rather than explicitly declare there is no longer a constitutional right to abortion, the court could simply eliminate the viability line. Mississippi claims that the viability line is arbitrary and outdated. Jan. 6:America deserves the facts about the Capitol attack, whether Republicans like it or notNone of the arguments offered by Mississippi justifies eviscerating the viability line. The viability line has not been unworkable, it is not an “anachronism discounted by society,” and eliminating it would create a “special hardship” on countless pregnant people. Once the viability line disappears, there will be no sustainable limit as to when states can ban abortions, and Roe will be as good as gone.


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