Grace makes an interesting point about the potential extent of the fallout if Roe v. Wade is overturned:
I'm curious to see how fast and how strong the push-back against the anti-choice movement will be when reality starts smacking people in the face.
The economics of our country are far less accommodating to unplanned and unwanted pregnancies (involving how many medically uninsured?) than they were prior to Roe v. Wade. Overturning Roe v. Wade could destabilize an already shaky middle-class, not only directly but indirectly through increased demands on local and state services and the inevitable increase in taxes.