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How overturning Roe could test public’s trust of the Supreme Court

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A leaked draft opinion shows the Supreme Court is set to overturn a woman’s right of reproductive freedom. Lisa Frelinghuysen, former Supreme Court law clerk to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg joined American Voices with guest host Sam Stein to discuss how reversing Roe could undermine the public’s trust in the Supreme Court.