- In an exclusive interview with USA TODAY, the daughter of Norma McCorvey, the famous “Jane Roe” plaintiff, said she is worried about the ruling being overturned.
- Melissa Mills said overturning Roe v. Wade is dangerous and would turn back the clock 50 years.
- Mills said that although her mother later became an anti-abortion activist, she never wanted the right to choose to be taken away.
The daughter of the woman who became the face of the 1973 Roe v. Wade case that granted Americans a constitutional right to abortion said overturning the decision was dangerous and her mother would be furious with the Supreme Court for doing so.
“I think mom would be turning in her grave because she was always pro-woman,” Melissa Mills told USA TODAY in an exclusive interview.