“The Supreme Court’s action today means that Arkansas will have another chance to defend its chemical abortion regulations in court,” pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List said in a statement. “That’s positive news.”
The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a plea by the Planned Parenthood to challenge an Arkansas law that regulates medication-induced abortions, which could force two abortion clinics in the state to close down when the legislation goes into effect.
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The Supreme Court refused to review a ruling from the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that allowed the Arkansas law, passed in 2015, to take effect, according to Washington Examiner.
The law requires a physician who...
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