Roe v. Wade
Anti-abortion lawmakers are prepping for the possibility of life after Roe v. Wade.
Pro-choice groups saw a big uptick in donations after the conservative judge was confirmed to the Supreme Court on Monday.
Since President Donald Trump took over, women have seen their lives and health changed for the worse.
The judge's stance on abortion is evident in her past work, in the anti-abortion groups supporting her and in comments from conservative politicians themselves.
The Supreme Court nominee turned over more information "out of an abundance of caution" — but raised questions about what else she failed to disclose.
At a time when Roe v. Wade’s future is uncertain, both the president and vice president have punted questions about abortion during the debates.
The Democratic nominee said he would work to enshrine abortion rights in federal law if the landmark Supreme Court decision is overturned.
Critics wonder if the judge can remain impartial on abortion questions at the Supreme Court, given the stance in the 2006 newspaper ad.
Republican senators are trying to reassure voters the appointment of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court won’t lead to politically unpopular outcomes.
Barrett, whom President Trump nominated for the Supreme Court, is a devout Catholic who has been open about her anti-abortion views.