After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, pregnant people could now be sent to prison if they experience a miscarriage or stillbirth.
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Abortion Access is on the Pennsylvania Ballot this November
Public polling indicates that Pennsylvania voters strongly oppose abortion bans.
GOP Candidates Want to Gut Abortion Rights Across Pennsylvania
Having no protection under the commonwealth’s constitution, reproductive rights and health care in Pennsylvania are hanging by a thread and depend on the results of the 2022 general election on November 8th.
Pennsylvania GOP Candidate for Governor Scrubs Abortion Opposition from Campaign Website
Abortion is no longer listed among the issues on the campaign site of Pennsylvania Republican state Sen. Doug Mastriano.
Attorney General Josh Shapiro Pledges to Protect State Abortion Access
At a campaign rally in Philadephia last week, Attorney General Josh Shapiro reaffirmed his commitment towards protecting abortion rights and access in the state following news of the controversial leaked draft ruling on Roe v. Wade from the Supreme Court.
What Will Abortion Rights Look Like in Pennsylvania if Supreme Court Overturns Roe?
Supporters of reproductive rights are even more concerned now that Justice Alito’s draft opinion is a clear indicator that this half-century-old landmark decision will end this year.
Pennsylvania Governor’s Race Could Decide the Future of Abortion in the State
‘This gubernatorial race in November in Pennsylvania is really critical for the state of abortion access here,’ one advocate said.
Despite Federal Concerns, Attorney General Josh Shapiro Works to Protect Reproductive Rights
Later this year, the United States Supreme Court will start their deliberation process on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a case about Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban that directly challenges the landmark Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade of 1973.
Pennsylvania’s abortion rights could be affected by upcoming Supreme Court decisions
Roe v. Wade established a direct right to abortion rights in 1973, and Governor Tom Wolf has been a steadfast supporter of those rights since he began his first term in 2015. But now those rights may be in real danger.