Where Is Privacy in the U.S. Constitution? The Wide-Ranging Ramifications of a Roe Overturn

The U.S. Constitution is a sparse 4,400 words. One of the words that does not show up among the Constitution’s 4,400 words is the word privacy.

Stomping on the right to privacy won’t just impact abortion rights. It could have long reaching impacts on keeping the government outside of heretofore private spheres like marriage, sex and our bodies.