"...since 60% of respondents opposed abortion in most or all circumstances, you’d logically expect a similar percentage of respondents to want Roe overturned. But when asked, 'Would you like to see the Supreme Court overturn its 1973 Roe versus Wade decision concerning abortion, or not?' only 33% of respondents replied yes." - W. Examiner
"Thomas is a textualist who does not hesitate to reject court precedents when necessary, and he made that explicitly clear yesterday." - W. Examiner
"The “science” established in Roe v. Wade has become so pervasive and entrenched among society that many people truly believe that the Supreme Court decision is the standard in regards to human development, and the linchpin of a woman’s very humanity." - Brooke Stanton
"People from across the nation and around world rallied Friday (Jan. 19) at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. for the annual March for Life just three days prior to the 45th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision that legalized abortion on demand across the nation. A majority of the estimated 100,00-plus participants (no official counts are registered) appeared to be overwhelmingly teenagers and young adults..." BPNews
Norma McCorvey, the woman behind the 1973 Supreme Court ruling Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion, died Saturday. She was 69 years old. McCorvey died of heart failure at an assisted-living home in Katy, Texas, according to journalist Joshua Prager. Prager is writing a book about Roe v. Wade and told USA TODAY he has spent hundreds of hours with McCorvey.