Roe v. Wade probably won't get overturned — but here's what could happen to slowly chip away at abortion rights if the Supreme Court becomes largely conservative

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Business Insider—Win McNamee/Getty Images President Donald Trump's nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court would solidify a 5-4 conservative majority if he were confirmed.  This makeup of the court has many pro-abortion-rights activists concerned that abortion access and even the landmark case Roe v. Wade could be in danger. Legal experts, however, told Business Insider the more likely scenario is for the court to slowly chip away at abortion access one decision at a time.  The nomination of...

Here’s What Happens If The Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade. The ruling protecting abortion rights may not be overturned entirely, but instead chipped away at slowly. Even if it is, abortion won’t suddenly be illegal nationwide. View Entire Post ›