Unless the Supreme Court reversed roe v wade themselves, Congress is the only ones who can change the law. Even with a republican-controlled congress, it's next to impossible to get enough democrats on board to get a bipartisan majority vote. Also, not all republicans are pro life or are on the fence.<quoted text>
It is your party and as I recall you are pro life.
I doubt the Republicans plan to do anything about abortion except use evangelical voters.
Would you agree with this?
Several bills addressing this issue are in committee during each Congressional term to pass legislation protecting the fetus from the moment of conception. But, again, it's very difficult to get enough people on board to overturn this law and win over enough of the population.
Democrats pass major legislation in a strictly partisan way but Republicans know that's not how Congress is supposed to work. And there has to be enough of an outcry on the part of the people.
Voters will never have a say on the issue of abortion other than writing or calling our representatives to change the law.