No. The Supreme Court did NOT MAKE ABORTIONS ILLEGAL. What they did was state it's not a right given by the Constitution of the United States; therefore is under individual state laws

Let's just get this out there......   

 

 

No.... Abortion is not now illegal.  What Roe v. Wade determined is that it is not part of the Constitution and shall not be regulated by the federal government but instead, abortion will be governed by state laws

There is no documented case in America of a woman being prosecuted for seeking an abortion since 1922.

Abortion will remain accessible for many women who seek it out. Part of the reason for this is the proliferation of the “abortion pill,” also known as medication abortion.  Almost half of all abortions last counted in (2019) were by the abortion pill.  According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control's most recent Abortion Surveillance report, for the year 2019, “early medical abortions” made up 42.3% of abortions that year.

The two-pill regimen is fully approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which in late 2021 authorized doctors to prescribe the drugs online and mail the pills, allowing women to perform early abortions — up to ten weeks of gestation — without leaving their homes.