Seeking Common Ground in the Abortion Debate

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The perennially divisive debate over abortion has heated up again with the resignation of Sandra Day O'Connor from the Supreme Court. Both pro-life and pro-choice groups see the vacancy as an opportunity that must be seized. But is there a way to find common ground in the abortion debate? Do you believe the two sides can work together on shared goals? We'll take a look at the current legal landscape surrounding abortion.


Julie Rovner, NPR's health policy correspondent

Ann Stone, national chair of Republicans for Choice

Kristen Day, executive director of Democrats for Life



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