Roe v. Wade was a dark cloud over America, taking 62 million lives since its inception. Even though Roe has been overturned, abortion will still exist in America. Our mission? Plan for a pro-life America afterRoe.
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Now that Roe has been overturned, these states will provide robust protection for children in the womb, and they will generally respect parental rights and help families thrive through their laws and policies.
Now that Roe has been overturned many of these states will face a tough campaign to repeal the life protections in place. You can help ensure your state continues to protect life at all stages! Check your individual state’s page for more information.
These states will have some abortion restrictions after Roe, but they will also have a journey ahead before their laws and policies truly reflect the value of human life, both in the womb and in families and communities.
The life-protecting laws of these states will be under intense assault after Roe is overturned. Check your individual state’s page for more information and to learn how you can help defend your state’s life protections.
These states will provide comparatively few protections for unborn children after Roe. Some, unfortunately, have established a so-called “right to choose,” guaranteeing access to abortion even when Roe is overturned.
It will be a battle in these states to pass protections for life. The difficult road will require great effort and many pro-life advocates. Check your individual state’s page to learn how you can join the fight for the rights of the unborn.
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