The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee has wrapped up its weeklong hearings with Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, who appears set to succeed U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. Judge Jackson describes Roe v. Wade as settled law and would be a reliable vote for abortion on the high court, yet describes herself as an originalist.

Steven H. Aden, Chief Legal Officer at Americans United for Life joins Katie Glenn, Government Affairs Counsel, to speak about Judge Jackson’s surprising claim and reflect on what Justice Jackson might for the future of the Supreme Court and for abortion jurisprudence.