After decades of prolonging the ruling of aborting rights, the Supreme Court on Monday agreed to give a decision on a major case of abortion. The courtroom feels that this case would bring drastic and dramatic restrictions on access based on abortion.
A Major Decision Is Taken By The Supreme Court Abortion Cases On
It’s been almost 5 decades since the court has given a decision on Roe V. Wade (1973) decision stating her rights to abort. Looking at the rate of abortions in the U.S. they were consistently almost 10-11.5 percent of abortion every year till 2017. The reports for the latter years are yet to come. Cases like the one mentioned above change history and get a spark to the present.
To understand more about the ongoing case, one of the questions that were asked was “Could this be the case that overturns Roe V. Wade?” the response to this question was simple. This case was a Mississippi’s appeal request from the State where they want to allow the ban of abortions nearing the 15th week of any pregnancy.
They have no objections regarding the decisions that were made for Roe V. Wade and/or any cases after the appeal or to overrule it. This outraged the supporters of abortions rights and elevated the hopes of the ones objectifying it.
As if the court takes up Mississippi’s law under consideration then it will be the first ratification before any viability passed on abortion ban, pushing the fact that maybe fetus can even survive outside of a mother’s womb. This alerts many more bans related to abortion and restrict the majority of cases. This may include banning abortion after the 6th week of pregnancy when there are traces of heartbeat or even earlier than 6 weeks.
Another question that emerges is “What may happen if Mississippi wins?” If we look into the larger side, if Mississippi law wins, then the majority of local courts will have to enforce the law banning abortion after the 15th week of pregnancy.
This will give the state charge to ban or get in light more restrictions on abortion rights. This could be a heads-up to some states who have already ruled upon abortion rights. It is made clear that the immediate responses on winning on Mississippi will be muted as almost 90 percent of abortions in the U.S. take place in the 13th week of pregnancy, this was reported by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Another important question that has to be answered is “When will the public know what the court does further?” In the current events, the court has gone through all the scheduled oral arguments related to this case as per their calendar.
They may be issuing a decision before the state catches a vacation breakthrough summer. The court has decided to resume the oral arguments in October, and a possible decision will be emerging at the time of spring 2022. The time during the campaign been held for congressional midterm elections. People are holding their hands to get a proper rule roll over this sensitive issue.