There isn't much of a record. Dan Gilgoff, Steve Waldman, and Rod Dreher speculate. Waldman:

[I]t's interesting that in the two cases we know of that related partly to abortion, she took the position that pro-life groups would have wanted (albeit for reasons unrelated to Roe v. Wade). At a minimum, these cases would seem to indicate that, if she is pro-choice, she didn't let those views affect her view of the relevant law.

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