US Abortion Debate: Two Years After Supreme Court Repealed ‘Roe’ Law

US Abortion Debate: Two Years After Supreme Court Repealed ‘Roe’ Law

In the United States, the contentious abortion debate continues to be a hot-button issue as the 2024 Presidential election approaches. Two years have passed since the Supreme Court made a landmark ruling, overturning the ‘Roe’ law. However, the landscape of abortion laws across states remains vastly divergent, with some states enacting near-total bans on the procedure.

Al Jazeera’s Rob Reynolds provides insight into the current state of the abortion debate in the US, shedding light on the varying laws and restrictions that women face depending on their location. The ongoing battle between those advocating for women’s rights and those who oppose abortion rights continues to shape the political and social landscape of the country.

As the debate intensifies leading up to the upcoming election, the future of abortion rights in the US hangs in the balance, with the legacy of the ‘Roe’ law and subsequent legal challenges playing a critical role in shaping the nation’s stance on reproductive rights.

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