Mapped Out episode 7, Possible abortion law changes

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Pro-choice and anti-abortion demonstrators outside the Supreme Court in 1989, Washington DC
Pro-choice and anti-abortion demonstrators stage concurrent events outside the United States Supreme Court Building, Washington DC, April 26, 1989. The rallies were held on the day of the opening arguments in the Webster v Reproductive Health Services case at the Court. Lorie Shaull (CC BY-SA 2.0)

We hear the seventh episode of WPR’s redistricting podcast “Mapped Out.” Then, we discuss possible changes to national and state abortion laws as the Supreme Court hears a crucial reproductive rights case from Mississippi.

Featured in this Show

  • Mapped Out episode 7: Least changes

    We hear the seventh episode of a podcast series produced by WPR’s news team. Called “Mapped Out,” the series explores how redistricting and the re-drawing of political maps has impacted elections and power in Wisconsin.

  • Abortion Law Updates: US Supreme Court takes up Mississippi challenge that would affect Wisconsin

    The U.S. Supreme Court is considering a Mississippi abortion law that’s at odds with Roe v. Wade. We talk with a law professor about the legal history of abortion in America about what that means for reproductive rights.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Steven Potter Technical Director
  • Clara Neupert Producer
  • Mary Ziegler Guest