I would hope the new Supreme Court appointment would vote to uphold all the existing rights and laws of the United States. Including, of course, the fundamental principle of Roe vs. Wade. The importance of having a woman on the High Court was that the justices could finally hear the opinions and viewpoints of law from a female perspective. Because abortion rights is a female issue. I don't know why males should even be allowed a voice in the issue. No male will ever get pregnant. Thus, no male will ever understand what transpires in the time from conception to birth. Nor will they ever understand the life-altering process of having a child to care for. If abortion if made illegal, then every unmarried female who is forced to carry to term and give birth should be financially supported. That is the twist that few every worry about. They want women to have children, but don;t care what happens after that. "Hey, we don't care how you manage to feed, house, clothe or take care of your child. You just have to do it. It's not our problem."