A historic day is about to be observed in the history of America when the Supreme Court will hear all the arguments regarding the Mississippi abortion case. This might be the historic moment when the decades-long law might get changed by the debates and arguments presented in the supreme court.

There is a high potential that Roe v. Wade, the 48-years-old law might get overturned – this old parchment gives a person a right to exercise abortion as per their will.

The pro-life and pro-choice representations in Congress are bracing themselves for the big day.

The justices of the supreme court will listen to the arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization – a high-profile case that allows Mississippi law to ban abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy have passed.

This case is very prolific and all eyes are on the verdict as there is a 6-3 majority of Republicans in the Supreme Court and according to the reports, Roe v. Wade is in jeopardy.

“I believe this court will take up the legal arguments, will take up the scientific examination, and will relook at Roe v. Wade in a whole new way,” Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., said in a press conference Tuesday. 

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., said Tuesday that GOP-backed laws like the one in Mississippi are “clearly unconstitutional, designed to overturn decades of established precedent.”

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer
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“We have a court, which is putting in doubt the law of the land for half a century,” Hoyer added, lamenting that the Supreme Court justices would even hear such a case. He said “it flies in the face of years of precedent by challenging Roe v. Wade.” 

Protestors gathered outside the supreme court just ahead of the prolific Mississippi abortion case while chanting “We are the pro-life generation and we will abolish abortion” andHey hey, ho ho, Roe v. Wade has got to go.”

The supporters of Roe v. Wade were clearly outnumbered by the pro-life activists and supporters. The placards read “abortion is essential” and “abortion is healthcare.”

The crowd was also seen chanting “Whose choice? Our choice. Whose decision? Our decision?”

Whatever the verdict of the Mississippi abortion case comes out, it will mark the beginning of a change in the history of America for the generations to come.