Where is the legal basis for forcing a woman to remain pregnant against her will? The uterus is HERS; she decides if it will be used for gestation or not.
Abortion is not murder; even when it was illegal it wasn't considered murder.
The ruling in Roe vs. Wade​ was set on a pretty shaky foundation, the false assumption that science and medicine "don't know" when human life begins so that makes it OK to do the opposite of erring on the side of caution and just say "Ah fuck it, go ahead and kill off the fetus or embryo since we don't know if it meets our definition of being alive or not." I cannot think of another instance in jurisprudence or everyday life in which it's anywhere near responsible to answer the question "Can I kill it?" before you first answer the question "What is it?" In any case there has long been a scientific and medical consensus that life begins at conception as any embryology textbook will tell you and that the embryo and then fetus are in no way a mere "part" of the woman's body like her hair or arms (thus "bodily autonomy" is irrelevant since we're talking about a second human being), thus Roe vs. Wade is based on about as solid a foundation as the Dred Scott case, in other words it rests on a pile of crap.
​What is murder? Deliberate homicide without an exculpatory factor such as self defense or the defense of the lives of those around us. In other words it's morally acceptable to shoot someone who is pointing a gun at you but it's not OK to go and shoot an unarmed person walking down the street. Accidentally killing someone isn't murder since it is accidental, thus it is manslaughter. What is abortion? Unless the woman's very life is at stake (e.g. an ectopic pregnancy) it is deliberate homicide without an exculpatory factor such as self defense or the defense of the lives of those around us. Legally speaking abortion is legal, albeit something that was made legal by judicial fiat based on a misreading of science and medicine. Morally speaking abortion is murder.