Carol Tobias’ life’s work came to fruition when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade

Carol Tobias’ life’s work came to fruition when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last month, doing away with federal protections for abortion rights and 50 years of precedent. “I’m not concerned that the pro-lifers are going to sit on their hands and let everything slip away,” Tobias said in a recent interview.

“She’s been a steady hand for the pro-life movement,” Mike Gonidakis, president of Ohio Right to Life, one of the organization’s chapters, told NBC News. “She doesn’t pound the table, so to speak. She’s not always looking for the spotlight, she does her job and doesn’t care who gets the credit.”

“And in a day and age of flashy social media, that’s not Carol Tobias and I’m complimenting her for that,” he added. “Carol and her team, wisely, just do their jobs and go home.”

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