Democrats in the Illinois House are putting pressure on the Governor after they passed an abortion rights bill.
The near party line vote takes the steps to keep access to abortions if roe-v-wade is ever overturned. State Rep. Sara Feigenholtz says the bill grants the option of choice to women no matter who provides them insurance or if they are on Medicaid.
The bill is expected to past the Senate but is going to be vetoed by the Governor. Supporters then would need to find enough votes to override Bruce Rauner’s veto pen.