Abortion Rates Now Lowest Since Roe v. Wade, CDC Finds

Last week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that fewer women are having abortions than have since the Supreme Court ruled in favor of abortion in Roe v. Wade.

As The Washington Post reported, abortion rates spiked after Roe v. Wade in 1973. After the 1980s, there was a gradual decline, except a short period in the late 2000s. 2015 marked the lowest numbers since abortion was legalized in the U.S.

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