What Supreme Court decision on Louisiana law means for U.S. abortion rights

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law that placed restrictions on doctors who perform abortions. Chief Justice John Roberts provided the swing vote to form a 5-4 majority. John Yang reports on the implications of the decision for abortion rights and how Roberts’ role on the Court has evolved.

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