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Roe v wade (lots to discuss this week)
[00:00:00] Okay, so Roe v. Wade, we're gonna have to talk about it and why it's gonna affect you, and you're gonna hear more from me about this this week. This isn't just about abortion, this is about so many other aspects, but abortion alone is a big reason to know about it. In 1970, a woman named Jane Rowe, her alias.
Was pregnant with an unintended pregnancy in Texas and under Texas State law was not allowed to have an abortion unless there was, um, concern for her health. And so what happened was she went with a lawyer with her doctor and they filed suit against the Attorney General Wade and have went to Supreme Court and in 1973, a majority, seven to two.
Came down saying that it is unconstitutional for the state and the country to legislate a woman's right to choose. That was the law, and that was based on a seven to two majority vote. We know there's so much more about Roe v. Wade that is unspoken. We know that we who support choice are the true purveyors of life.
So I want you to listen up and hear why this is important, even if you don't think you're gonna have an abortion ever.