Breaking down the constitutionality of overturning Roe V. Wade | Fox 11
Reilly discussed the history of the Court’s jurisprudence on abortion rights in the wake of the Dobbs V. Jackson Health decision.
(WLUK) — From the steps of the Supreme Court building to the streets closer to home, the fight over abortion rights continues.
While Roe v. Wade is the name taking over most headlines, there were more high court cases involved in the decision.
“Roe v. Wade decided that women had a fundamental right — a constitutional right — to have an abortion up through really the second trimester of pregnancy,” begins Kimberley Reilly, professor at UW-Green Bay.
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