After Roe

Pro-life activists outside the Supreme Court in Washington June 26, 2014. (Jim Bourg/Reuters)
What comes next for pro-lifers will be even harder.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE A s the arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization begin today at the Supreme Court, it’s worth remembering that this long, generational march of the pro-life movement is only a march to the starting line for the real race. The issue before the Court is not the morality of abortion. All that is at issue is whether the people, through their state legislatures, are able to limit and regulate the practice of abortion — whether abortion is a fundamental constitutional right or a matter for self-governing people to determine democratically. A huge, against-all-odds victory that vitiates the holding of

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