Supreme Court Allows Texas Law Banning Abortions After Six Weeks To Take Effect

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The majority of abortions in Texas are now banned after the Supreme Court decided not to rule on an emergency appeal to keep a new state anti-abortion law from taking effect. NBC News legal analyst Danny Cevallos explains how the new law works and the impact it could have on Roe vs. Wade.

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