Liberals are convinced that the Supreme Court is on the brink of striking down Roe v. Wade and many pro-life figures hope that’s the case. However, recent rulings from the court have surprised both sides.
Last week, the justices upheld an Indiana law requiring the burial or cremation of fetal remains but refused to hear arguments on whether abortions based on sex, race, or disability ought to be legal. Indiana banned such abortions but a federal appeals court struck down the ban.
In this podcast, Roger Gannam of Liberty Counsel joins me to react to those decisions and to explain the delicate legal approach pro-life forces are charting – as they try to reverse Roe v. Wade without getting too aggressive and risking another legal precedent against their efforts.