Supreme Court agrees to hear 2 challenges to Texas abortion law
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge by President Joe Biden’s administration and abortion providers to a restrictive…
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge by President Joe Biden’s administration and abortion providers to a restrictive Texas law that imposes a near-total ban on abortion.
The Supreme Court announced it will hear oral arguments in our challenge to Texas’ extreme abortion ban. By refusing to block the law in the meantime, the Court is sending an alarming signal that it will wait idly by while our reproductive rights are violated.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear both the Biden admin’s and abortion provider’s challenges to Texas abortion law on November 1.
What people are saying?
Carl Juneau As an outside observer , I’m eager to watch the conservative majority on the bench twist itself into intellectual and obscurantist knots, devising a constitutional argument that supports religious ideology instead of sound law.
Grand Moff Tarkin Republicans supposedly care so much about the unborn fetus, then when it’s actually born they don’t want to fund their child care, their school lunches, their healthcare… It’s all religious virtue signaling BS. They don’t care about kids.