Abortion rights are a polarizing and complicated issue. Protests and counterprotests since the leaked draft opinion of the U.S. Supreme Court shows how invested many Americans are in the topic. But the leak, and possibility of the court reverse one of its own precedents, raises the question: How much power should government have in decisions Americans make about their healthcare?
Curtis Jackson speaks with Sharona Hoffman, professor of law and bioethics and codirector of Case Western Reserve University Law-Medicine Center, to discuss if abortion rights would be the end of the decision or if it opens the door to overturn other rights and affect individual privacy.
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