Young Adults React To Supreme Court Ruling On Roe v. Wade On Social Media

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Many Americans took the streets in protest after the Supreme Court ruling on Roe. v Wade, but many teens and young adults across the country also took to social media to express their feelings about the decision. NBC News’ Kalhan Rosenblatt breaks down how social media users on both sides of the issue are reacting and how the internet is responding to celebrities weighing in on the ruling. 

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