The End of Roe v. Wade: Two years later

On the 2-year anniversary of the ruling that ended federal abortion rights and the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, protestors organized by the Women's March gathered outside the high court. A group of about 40 people demanded lawmakers take steps to preserve reproductive healthcare, decrying the Dobbs decision. The ruling left states to decide whether to restrict the procedure or not, leaving a patchwork across the nation. According to the Center for Reproductive Rights, more than two dozen have near total bans or restrict the procedure earlier than Roe v. Wade did. For more on the state of abortion in America, KTVU's Greg Lee is joined by Michele Goodwin, professor of constitutional law and global health policy at Georgetown University.

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