Margaret Russell spoke with KPIX CBS Bay Area News about how if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, other rights might then be up for review.

Opponents of Roe v. Wade say the right to abortion was invented by the Court and should be abolished. Santa Clara University Constitutional Law Professor Margaret Russell says there are other rights that could be threatened by that same argument.

“This is one of the hot-button areas. I would think that same-sex marriage could be another, in the way it intersects with religious liberty and religious objections. Voting rights is certainly that as well,” she told KPIX 5.

“So, it’s not even the beginning of the rollback of rights. I think it’s significantly down the road.”