Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed To Supreme Court. What Happens Now?

Reset explores what a conservative majority on the Supreme Court could mean for the Affordable Care Act, Roe V. Wade and marriage equality.

President Trump watches as Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas administers the constitutional oath to Amy Coney Barrett during a ceremony at the White House Monday evening.
President Trump watches as Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas administers the constitutional oath to Amy Coney Barrett during a ceremony at the White House Monday evening.
President Trump watches as Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas administers the constitutional oath to Amy Coney Barrett during a ceremony at the White House Monday evening.
President Trump watches as Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas administers the constitutional oath to Amy Coney Barrett during a ceremony at the White House Monday evening.

Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed To Supreme Court. What Happens Now?

Reset explores what a conservative majority on the Supreme Court could mean for the Affordable Care Act, Roe V. Wade and marriage equality.

With the Senate confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett, some are expressing concern about what her appointment to the Supreme Court could mean for reproductive rights and for those who depend on health benefits from the Affordable Care Act.

Reset checks in with a law expert to discuss how a conservative majority on the bench may impact Illinois residents.

GUESTS: Geoffrey Stone, University of Chicago law professor

Brigid Leahy, senior director of public policy at Planned Parenthood Illinois