The Lone Start State now has the most restrictive abortion law in the country. Known as Texas Heartbeat Act, the new law prohibits abortion after six weeks of gestation. Many don't even know they are pregnant by the six week mark, and this move effectively bans over 85% of all abortions in the state. The law does not make exceptions for rape or incest, and also encourages private citizens to sue anyone whom they believe to be abetting a woman in obtaining an abortion. Anyone who is successful in suing will be awarded a minimum of $10,000. Pro-choice advocates brought the case to the Supreme Court in an emergency appeal to block the enforcement of the law. Almost a full day after the law went into effect, the court denied the request and ruled that it will allow Texas to enforce it. Katie Barlow, host of Words Matter and media editor at SCOTUSBlog, joined Cheddar Politics to discuss more on the case and its implications on the landmark ruling of Roe v. Wade.