Abortion views are dividing families and friend groups in the wake of Roe v. Wade being overturned
Jamie Winder, in Washington Square Park in June. - JESSICA GRIFFIN/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS

PHILADELPHIA — Jamie Winder hasn't communicated with her parents much since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. "I've been keeping it pretty short," said the 30-year-old Philadelphia resident, "because I don't want to open the door to that conversation." People across the political spectrum say they have become accustomed to avoiding such topics with loved ones over the last few years — and they have doubled down in the last two weeks since the landmark abortion-rights case was overturned and now leaves it up to the states to determine whether people have the right to an abortion. Winder...