There was a draft of the opinion in February. That draft has not been published and the language may change before it's finalized, which is not expected to be until late June.

The draft version of the court decision overturns Roe v. Wade's judgment, which declares abortion a constitutional right. This decision would affect women's reproductive health in America in years to come.

It appears that five justices would vote to overturn Roe v. Wade, meaning Chief Justice John Roberts would have dissented and supported part of Alito's draft opinion, sources tell Times24x7, likely with the court's three liberals.