On this 35th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, there's a bitter battle still raging over access to abortion in the US -- and indeed, many other parts of the world, in situations where US funding is an issue.
Where have you, personally, gotten your information about this important court decision? History textbooks in school? Personal experience? The stories of women who've confronted unwanted pregnancies? The internet? Planned Parenthood or NARAL? Right to Life? A faith community you grew up in or that you're currently part of? News coverage?
How about from the legal decision itself?
I invite you, regardless of your position on abortion, to read the actual decision of the United States Supreme Court.
How consistent is what the Justices actually wrote with what you've learned in other parts of your life about Roe v. Wade?
(For more information about the United States Constitution, click here.)