Pro-abortion advocates in various states are seeking to introduce abortion amendments to the ballot following the 2022 overturn of Roe v. Wade. Ohio plans to vote on an amendment allowing abortion up to birth if a physician deems it necessary for the mother’s life. Activists in North Dakota, Oklahoma, and Montana are in the early stages of drafting similar amendments. Pro-abortion supporters aim to constitutionally approve the murder of babies inside the womb in states like Ohio, Arizona, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Florida. Despite recent attempts, Ohio’s Issue 1, requiring a 60% threshold for amendments, failed in a special election. Multiple states are exploring abortion ballot initiatives, potentially influencing the 2024 elections.