Trump is in Line to Adjust the Roe v. Wade Vote with Republican Policy

Donald Trump is being blamed for the escalation of donations and the demand for long-acting contraceptives. With no opinion, planned parenthood programs are conjoined with abortion concerns. According to sources, the Trump plan influenced certain official with “Planned Parenthood” to be ‘worried’ about still having access to abortion programs and birth control. And after Tuesday’s win, President Trump and the Republicans maintain control over the funding for outgoing President Barack Obama’s “Affordable Care Act” aka Obamacare, which includes a wide coverage for contraceptives. Now, President Trump and the Republican party promise to dissect that particular medicare agenda.


Reports are saying abortion rights advocates are highlighting Trump as the American President who could appoint “conservative justices” to the U.S. Supreme Court and have the “big dealed” 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling overturn – the previous decision stamped to legalize abortion worldwide. The Court issued its decision on January 22, 1973, with a 7-to-2 majority vote in favor of Roe.


The Advocate of Women’s Thirteenth Amendment Right

As some look back in time, the advocates of Ros talk and label that particular moment as an act to preserve women’s rights, their domestic freedoms that include personal health and the deterrence of invaders into their windows of privacy. Simply put, having access to safe methods of abortion while being able to conceive as a free citizen is considered a fundamental attribute of a female’s character. *Moreover, scholars agree that the American Thirteenth Amendment states enough argument and persuasion that represents protecting [her] equal rights within America’s borders. In their terms, no one or party should have the power to stop a woman from carrying and bearing children; conversely, the woman is not to be subjected to ‘involuntary servitude’ by having the child.


*In 1976, Congress passed the Hyde Amendment, barring federal funding of abortions.


Chiefly, Trump has voiced his views on Obamacare and certain provision may be spared under the new policy for the poor or less fortunate Americans. In reflection, when Obamacare is repealed, approximately 55-million women would lose the co-pay prevention services that include birth control, Pap test, cancer screenings, and sexually transmitted infections.