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Changing face of Supreme Court puts abortion ruling back in spotlight

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(Fort Wayne’s NBC) — The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg means President Trump can nominate a third candidate to the high court.

Abortion rights and anti-abortion champions are buzzing about the possibility that the Supreme Court may get a 6-to-3 conservative majority.

What could that mean for Roe v Wade?

What the Roe v Wade decision did was make access to abortion equal, regardless of what state you were in.

"For people who value reproductive rights, it is a tragedy to go back to a pre-1973 world," PFW Women's Studies Chair Janet Badia said.

"It's an excting opportunity for the pro-life movement to see a furtherance of the protection of life in our country, and so we're excited about that," Right to Life of Northeast Indiana's Abigail Lorenzen said.

Corinne Rose

Corinne Rose is a reporter for WPTA.

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