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Perspectives on the Supreme Court and Abortion.

Pennsylvania's abortion law places restrictions on a woman's ability to get an abortion. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to the law. Their ruling is expected to be an referendum by the court on the Roe versus Wade decision. On this edition of Fresh Air, we hear from both sides. Terry Gross talks with...
1) Kathryn Kolbert, the attorney who will be arguing against the Pennsylvania law before the high court, and
2) Nancy Myers, the communications director of the National Right To Life Committee. She favors the Pennsylvania law and opposes Roe V. Wade.


Other segments from the episode on January 30, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, January 30, 1992: Interview with Kathryn Kolbert and Nancy Myers; Interview with George Packer; Review of Coleman Hawkins' songs "Picasso" and "Dali."


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