BILL HEMMER (CO-ANCHOR): Jonathan, on that point if you live in the state of New York or New Jersey or Massachusetts, would you expect anything to change in those states?
JONATHAN TURLEY (CONSTITUTIONAL LAW PROFESSOR): No. The majority of citizens in the country will have no change at all because they -- most of the population resides in states that have already protected abortion rights. You will have some limitations being imposed like the one we saw in Mississippi. Polls indicate that citizens do support limiting abortion rights, particularly after the 15th week. A majority seem to support restrictions around the time that Mississippi was imposing its restrictions. So it will be interesting to see how this plays out. Most Americans are in the middle on these issues. They believe that there is a right to abortion but believe that there is also limits that can be placed particularly on how late you can get an abortion in a pregnancy.