Rhode Island's highest court on Wednesday (May 4) upheld a state law guaranteeing its citizens' right to abortion, just as abortion rights at the national level appear to be in jeopardy.
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The Rhode Island Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit by several individuals and anti-abortion group Servants of Christ for Life challenging the state's Reproductive Privacy Act. The law, signed in 2019 by then-Governor Gina Raimondo, a Democrat, effectively secures the abortion rights set out in the US Supreme Court's landmark 1973 ruling in Roe v Wade.
State-level legal battles over abortion will likely become common if the nation's highest court reverses Roe, as a draft opinion leaked on Monday suggests it plans to do. Other Democratic-led states, including Colorado and Vermont, have also moved to pass abortion rights laws.
The plaintiffs in the Rhode Island lawsuit argued that they should have had a chance to vote against the abortion law in a referendum. Two of the plaintiffs also sought to bring claims on behalf of their unborn children, saying the law erased their legal rights.