To Decide Roe v Wade, Justice Harry Blackmun Ignored 600 Years of Modern Science

Roe v Wade is gone. It was based on faulty science from pre-medieval times.

Roe v Wade
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In Roe v. Wade and its companion case, Doe v. Bolton, Justice Harry Blackmun came to the conclusion that there was no scientific consensus as to when life begins. Blackmun wrote in Roe vs. Wade:

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Sarah Terzo

Sarah Terzo

Sarah Terzo is a board member of the Consistent Life Network and PLAGAL+ (formerly the Pro-Life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians). She writes for Live Action.