STUART VARNEY (HOST): Gregg, forgive me for jumping in but there’s an important question here. If you overturn Roe v. Wade — and it is overturned — can other rulings in the past be overturned? For example, contraception and gay marriage?
GREGG JARRETT (FOX NEWS LEGAL ANALYST): Yes, that’s just what I was getting to. The majority is very specific and vehement that our decision today is confined to abortion only. Nothing affects any other rights such as, they name things like same-sex marriage, contraception, and so forth. Those, said the court, are completely, inherently different rights with different foundations in the Constitution. So, people who have complained that that’s the end of all other rights that they’re concerned about, were mistaken.
VARNEY: Got it.