If Roe v Wade can be overturned why can’t Castle Rock v Gonzales be?

If Roe v Wade can be overturned why can’t Castle Rock v Gonzales be?

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  1. It can be overruled. Roe v Wade is a ruling under federal law, if it gets overturned then the Supreme Court deems it outside of federal ruling and is passed to the states. Castle Rock v Gonzales is “precedent” until challenged/overruled. If you feel that it needs to be challenged, you can literally get a legal team to challenge it yourself (albeit very expensive legal team). Supreme Court rulings are not an amendment, an amendment cannot be overturned while precedents can.

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