If Roe v. Wade were to be overturned, abortion will continue to remain legal in Illinois. Plus, starting June 1, people under 18 will not need to have a guardian notified before the abortion. While these protections would stay in place, legal advocates are concerned there will be efforts to make out-of-state abortions illegal.
Reset learns more about the abortion law in Illinois and what legal concerns might arise if Roe falls.
GUEST: Ameri Klafeta, director of Women’s And Reproductive Rights Project for ACLU of IL