In 1973, the Supreme Court recognized that the right of privacy inherent in the Fourteenth Amendment’s guarantee of due process encompasses a woman’s right to choose to have an abortion. Since then, states have continually attempted to infringe upon women’s established fundamental right to reproductive choice. Currently, twenty-four different states across the United States have passed laws limiting access to abortion and are outwardly hostile to this particular right of privacy.
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