As soon as Justice Kennedy announced his retirement from the Supreme Court, reproductive rights groups began worrying about the future of Roe v Wade.

And now that President Trump has announced Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his nominee, activists are looking at all their options to either prevent the decision from being overturned, or make sure state laws are in place to protect abortion access.

New York does have an abortion law on the books, but it pre-dates Roe and is more restrictive than current standards.

Here to talk more about the issue is Chelly Hegan of Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood.