In last week's vice presidential debate, Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan disagreed last week on questions central to controversy about women's rights. Moderator Martha Raddatz asked both about abortion. Biden said his Catholic religion required him to oppose it in his own life, but that he would not impose his views on others. Ryan, who's also Catholic, said "elected representatives," not "unelected judges," should make that call. We hear how abortion and the right to appoint Supreme Court Justices have become issues in the presidential campaign.
Abortion and SCOTUS Become Presidential Campaign Issues
Irin Carmon - Senior correspondent at New York Magazine - @irin, Ann Stone - Trump campaign / Republicans for Choice - @aews, Janice Shaw Crouse - Concerned Women for America - @CWforA, John Gramlich - Congressional Quarterly - @johngramlich