© 2024 Michigan State University Board of Trustees
Public Media from Michigan State University
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
0:00 0:00
Available On Air Stations

'The Fall of Roe' looks at players in anti-abortion movement

Season 2024 Episode 165 | 7m 43s

In the two years since the Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to an abortion, conservative lawmakers and activists have continued efforts to roll back access to abortion, contraception and in vitro fertilization. Laura Barrón-López spoke with Lisa Lerer and Elizabeth Dias, authors of “The Fall of Roe," to discuss the key players in the decades-long movement and what may be next.

Major corporate funding for the PBS News Hour is provided by BDO, BNSF, Consumer Cellular, Cunard Cruise Line, and Raymond James. Funding for the PBS NewsHour Weekend is provided by Consumer Cellular and Cunard Cruise Line. For a complete list of funders for the PBS NewsHour and PBS NewsHour weekend, click here.
Extras
News Wrap: Secret Service admits it denied past Trump campaign requests for more security
Judy Woodruff reflects on the historical context of Biden ending his campaign
What to know as Biden drops out of the 2024 presidential race and endorses Harris
A look ahead at election laws as the Democratic Party picks a new nominee
July 21, 2024 - PBS News Weekend full episode
Why more migrants are attempting a life-threatening Pacific Ocean route to enter the U.S.
News Wrap: Democrats continue turning up the heat on Biden to drop out
What to know about the growing normalization of Syria’s dictator in the Middle East
Some conservative lawmakers want to end no-fault divorce. Here’s why
July 20, 2024 - PBS News Weekend full episode