U.S. abortion policy dictated by judicial fiat allows for abortion through all 9 months, for any reason at all, and sometimes with taxpayer funding, putting us far outside the abortion laws of almost every country in the world. But that could change through Mississippi’s efforts to defend a law limiting abortion before a baby can survive outside the womb. Such a change would be historic as since 1973 the courts have not allowed limits on abortion before viability.
And there is every reason to believe that real change is coming. The Supreme Court could have continued to ignore the issue of abortion, but instead took up a case that offers a direct challenge to the status quo.
In light of this historic moment, America needs to get ready for a world after Roe, or at least Roe as I and my generation have known it from before our births. We are the abortion survivors, the Pro-Life Generation, who have lost one-quarter of our number and who are committed to seeing life defended in law and in service. And we believe we were born to be the Post-Roe Generation.