Why abortion fight isn’t over if Roe is overturned

Posted on AllSides December 1st, 2021
From The Center
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In the rare instances the Supreme Court has overturned a constitutional precedent, it has typically been to expand, not revoke, a right. That may be changing for abortion rights, and states and their constitutions could find themselves even fiercer battlegrounds.

Virginia Lyons has served two decades as a state senator in Vermont. For 18 of those years, she was happy with how accessible abortion services were in the state.

Now she wants to go a step further and amend the state constitution.

Abortion access is relatively unfettered in the liberal...

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