The Judicial Branch Of Abortion

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This has been one of the most controversial topics that has ever existed in the US. It was so major that the Us Government itself had to step in and confront the situation. In the three branches of government several actions have been put in place. The Judicial Branch displayed a case on abortion and what it was about, ‘Roe v. Wade’, the Executive Branch shows how it treated abortion, and the Legislative Branch brought forward a law that could possibly stop abortion. The judicial branch states that abortions should be taken serious and laws, and laws that blocks them are unconstitutional, here is why. During the 1960s and the 1970s, there was a feminist movement. It was better known as the sexual revolution. There were two graduates that took on a lawsuit on pregnant woman named “Jane Roe” overall, announcing that the law within the state that she’s in criminalizes abortion. This case was risen for that particular reason, because it violated Ms. Roe constitutional rights. With all this being said, basically her state banned abortion. All because of this law Ms. Roe had to leave out her current state and have a medical enhanced safe environment to eliminate her pregnancy. There was another case that caused much attention during its course of action. The Gonzales v. Carhart case, the supreme court stated that, upholding a federal ban vote, would give several restricts on abortion victories. Not only that, but it would also have other states to pass and submit that unbreakable

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