As both sides of the abortion debate look to the future, the focus is back on the U.S. Supreme Court. There is a new chief justice, John Roberts, and the nomination of Judge Samuel Alito to be associate justice. And on Nov. 30, the Court will hear arguments in Ayotte v. Planned Parenthood of Northern New England -- the first major abortion case in five years. Ayotte has the potential to transform the abortion wars yet again. FRONTLINE asked representatives from the pro-choice and pro-life movements and two legal observers to discuss what is known about Chief Justice Roberts and Judge Alito's judicial philosophies, how these two Bush appointees might affect the Court's decisions on abortion, and how the Court might rule on Ayotte.