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Conservative Activists Seek To Take Roe V Wade Back To The Supreme Court

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Conservative Activists Seek To Take Roe V Wade Back To The Supreme Court

Conservative Activists Seek To Take Roe V Wade Back To The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court ruling on Roe v.

Wade makes state bans on abortion unenforceable and unconstitutional.

But conservative activists and lawmakers hope to use the bans as a strategy to overturn the 1973 ruling.

Alabama's new law bans nearly all abortions, even if it is pregnancy via rape and incest.

When the bills are challenged legally, they have a chance to be picked up by the Supreme Court.

Once there, the justices would have to determine whether to uphold Roe v.

Wade, or set a new precedent.

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