Protest vor der US Botschaft gegen das Abtreibungsverbot in den USA DEU,Deutschland, Berlin: Junge Erwachsene protestieren vor der US-Botschaft in Berlin gegen die Aufhebung des Roe v. Wade Gesetz. Der Supreme Court in Washington ebnete den Weg für strengere Abtreibungsgesetze - bis hin zu kompletten Verboten in einzelnen US-Staaten. *** Protest in front of U.S. Embassy against abortion ban in the U.S. DEU,Germany, Berlin Young adults protest in front of the U.S. Embassy in Berlin against the repeal of the Roe v Wade law The Supreme Court in Washington paved the way for stricter abortion laws up to complete bans in individual U.S. states

In the United States, strict abortion bans have come into force in three other states.

On Thursday, Idaho, Tennessee and Texas joined the 10 Conservative-ruled states that have imposed all or nearly all abortion access since the Supreme Court’s controversial abortion law decision in July.

On June 24, the Supreme Court overturned the landmark “Roe v. Wade” ruling from 1973, which had enshrined a nationwide fundamental right to abortion in the USA. Because there is no federal abortion law, states can now largely or completely ban abortion.

In Texas, under the new law, doctors who perform an abortion face life imprisonment and a $100,000 fine. Texas and Tennessee laws make no exceptions, even in cases of rape or incest.

In the dispute over the abortion ban in Idaho, the administration of US President Joe Biden had achieved a partial victory in court on Wednesday. A federal judge blocked part of the law. According to the ruling, federal law requires hospital doctors to perform emergency medical abortions on women covered by Medicare.