How could Supreme Court conservatives change US abortion rights? – BBC News

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The US Supreme Court has heard the most important abortion case in a generation, leaving supporters of abortion rights shaken and opponents hopeful after conservative judges signalled willingness to uphold stiffer restrictions.

The BBC’s Ros Atkins explains how abortion rights in the United States look likely to be changed by a conservative majority Supreme Court.

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