Roe v. Wade
In "AKA Jane Roe," Norma McCorvey admits that her second act as an anti-abortion activist, was, in fact, just an act.
The revelation from Norma McCorvey, known as Jane Roe in Roe v. Wade, is a reminder of the most powerful asset of the anti-abortion movement: money.
Norma McCorvey, the woman known as Jane Roe of Roe v. Wade, made the shocking confession in an upcoming documentary about her life.
The brief is in response to June Medical Services v. Gee, a Louisiana abortion case the Supreme Court is set to hear soon.
It's the first since the retirement of swing justice Anthony Kennedy, which raised the possibility that the court could overturn Roe v. Wade.
"The last time that people thought Roe was in this kind of jeopardy was the early 1990s."
As a wave of anti-abortion bills sweeps the country, Rhode Island wrote abortion protections into law.
"My first day at the center was a trial by fire ... every bone in my body begged me to get up and leave."
An old interview unearthed by CNN highlights the presidential hopeful's shaky record on reproductive rights.
2020 presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden has reversed his stance on the Hyde Amendment, which bans federal funding for abortion.