Supreme Court Weighs Upholding a Mississippi Law Banning Abortion after 15 Weeks

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Today the Supreme Court heard one of the biggest reproductive rights cases in years.

The Justices deliberated over a Mississippi abortion ban after 15 weeks of pregnancy. Their ruling on Mississippi’s law could have far reaching ramifications beyond the state.

More about today’s hearing and what this means in the ongoing abortion battle is Jennifer Popik, Legislative director for National Right to Life Committee. She speaks with Quicktake.

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