NY Attorney General opens up about abortion

Rallying abortion rights supporters in New York City, state Attorney General Letitia James disclosed that she had an abortion nearly two decades ago.

As a newly elected City Council member, "I walked proudly into Planned Parenthood. And I make no apologies to anyone," the Democrat said.

James has proposed a New York fund to help provide abortions to women who can’t access the procedures in their own states, and she has filed or joined other attorneys general in filing friend-of-the-court briefs arguing against some abortion restrictions in other states.

Hundreds of protesters showed up to the rally in lower Manhattan Sunday to voice their opposition to the court’s decision, including comedian Amy Schumer, who spoke to the crowd ahead of James.