Roe v. Wade


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A landmark case presented before the US Supreme Court in 1973, which was instrumental in legalising abortion in the US

Roe v. Wade

Obstetrics A 'landmark' case presented before the US Supreme Court in 1973, which was instrumental in legalizing abortion
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Brownback said he was disappointed and frustrated over Miers' refusal to discuss in any detail the high court's 1973 Roe v.
I've never advocated a constitutional amendment to repeal Roe v.
Kathryn Kolbert, a lawyer who is widely credited with "saving" Roe v.
dissenting) ("That the Court's unworkable scheme for constitutionalizing the regulation of abortion has had this institutionally debilitating effect should not be surprising, however, since the Court is not suited to the expansive role it has claimed for itself in the series of cases that began with Roe v.
Norma McCorvey runs Crossing over Ministry - formerly Roe No More Ministry - and is best known as "Jane Roe" in the Supreme Court's Roe v.
Marking the 39th anniversary of the Supreme Court's Roe v.
The article said that in 2007, President-elect Obama favored Roe v.
Referring to the anniversary of the decision that legalized abortion on demand, Barack Obama said, "Thirty-five years after the Supreme Court decided Roe v.
In this year's presidential election we should ask candidates where they stand on the issue of Roe v.
If passed, South Dakota would have been the first state to ban most every form of abortion since the 1973 Supreme Court Roe v.