Pro-choice supporters take to the streets in CT following leak of Roe v. Wade draft

Protests have been erupting in Connecticut and across the nation following the leak of a draft that would strike down Roe v. Wade.
An investigation has been launched into the leak of the Supreme Court's draft majority opinion on abortion access, with Chief Justice John Roberts calling the leak an "egregious breach." Roberts says the leaked draft isn't a final opinion, and he has now directed the marshal of the court to launch an investigation into the source of the leak.
Meanwhile, in Connecticut, protesters gathered in several cities to talk about the next steps, "if" the draft decision turns into a final ruling later next month.
It was quite crowded outside the Norwalk Courthouse, where pro-choice supporters gathered to voice their concern at the Supreme Court.
There were also more protests around the state.        
About a dozen protesters gathered in Bridgeport to make "their voices" heard at the federal courthouse.
The rally's organizer says its critical to get their message out to the public, and to lawmakers.