The conservative Supreme Court majority ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade on Friday.
Some lawmakers have said they feel the justices misled them on their views of abortion.
The judges had spoken about the importance of legal precedent during their confirmation hearings, but hedged when pressed on abortion.
The judges who would eventually overturn Roe v. Wade reiterated the importance of following precedent in their Supreme Court confirmation hearings, but did not give direct answers on whether Roe had been properly decided. Some lawmakers said they feel the justices who overturned Roe v. Wade had misled them during their confirmation hearings.