Anti-abortion groups eye the long game to achieve political and cultural wins

As supporters from across the country gather in the nation’s capital for the 51st annual March for Life on Friday, abortion is becoming a more powerful force in politics than it has been in a generation.

This year’s march, with the theme of “with every woman, for every child,” will take place against the backdrop of a presidential election in which abortion will play a major role, several abortion initiatives on state ballots this year after recent losses for the anti-abortion side — and the question of how supporters of the movement can advance their goal of protecting the unborn.

Several abortion-related cases are also set to be decided by the Supreme Court.

Since Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization overturned Roe v Wade, abortion has been a political hot potato on the conservative side of the aisle, with
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