Protests unfold throughout the US after the Supreme Courtroom struck down a 50-year-old abortion regulation.
The US Supreme Courtroom has struck down Roe v Wade – a federal ruling that allowed abortion within the first 12 weeks of being pregnant.
It had been regulation of the land for almost 50 years.
Instantly after the choice got here down, dozens of states started to ban or severely prohibit the process.
It additionally led to protests throughout the nation, with these against the ruling saying it could result in limits on girls’s management of their very own our bodies.
Supporters of the choice say it was lengthy overdue.
So, how will this ruling impression different legal guidelines? And might Roe v Wade be restored?
Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra
Ruth Hardy – State senator for Vermont
Jill Cartwright – Author, organiser and former marketing campaign lead with Southerners on New Floor
Amy O’Donnell – Director of communications on the Texas Alliance for Life