Today's New York Times Magazine includes this article by Russell Shorto. Shorto describes efforts by conservative groups in the United States to block information about, and access to, contraception.
The article outlines some of the reasons that contraception is becoming a political battleground (again). It's due in part to technological and pharmacological advances that blur the line between abortion and contraception . . . and in part to the increasing influence of conservative religious beliefs on public policy.
Many people are watching Roe; Shorto's article suggests that we ought to pay attention to Griswold.