The oral arguments in Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization presented a variety of issues for the justices to debate. The justices’ questions ranged from asking when life begins to why viability would be the most appropriate legal standard. President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Ryan Anderson, joins to share his reaction to the oral arguments and what stood out to him. Anderson tells us more on Justice Sotomayor’s line of questions, comparing brain dead individuals to babies in the womb and whether or not they can feel pain. Anderson has been vocal on social media and tweeted that he was talking to a former Supreme Court clerk who said the pro-abortion arguments were not well-received by the justices. He elaborates on that. Anderson discusses whether it is likely that the justices will find middle ground on this issue. The president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center explains whether states will be responsible for regulating abortions if the court overturns Roe v Wade.