Roe No More
If Roe v. Wade
is ever overturned, it isn't unreasonable to believe that Tennessee would move to restrict abortion
Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion organizations cannot rely on either the Legislature or the public to bolster their position in Tennessee law. These groups know that Statewide, they do not have the support of public sentiment, and as a result they don't have support of the General Assembly or even (on paper) the support of the joint legislative Democratic Caucus. Hence, pro-abortion forces in Tennessee rely on the courts as their means to avoid popularly-accepted restrictions on abortion in this State.
Labels: Aborticide, Conservatism, Faith, Tennessee politics