Legal conflicts likely to follow SCOTUS ruling on abortion
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade means abortion is for all intents banned in Texas. But legally, there are still a lot of questions. For example, what if a woman is prescribed an abortion-inducing medication by an out-of-state doctor and gets it by mail. Good Day talked to attorney and SMU law professor Joanna Grossman about the battle that could now be between the federal government and the states.