When the Supreme Court recently returned the issue of abortion to the states, Justice Brett Kavanaugh indicated in his concurrence that interstate travel for abortion remains legal. But law professors Naomi Cahn, June Carbone, and Nancy Levit say the right to travel, like the right to privacy, is not explicit in the Constitution, and interstate travel for abortion is therefore also likely destined for the high court.
Naomi R. Cahn, June Carbone & Nancy Levit, Is it Legal to Travel for Abortion After Dobbs?, Bloomberg Law (July 11, 2022).
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