Supreme Court hears arguments on Texas abortion clinics case

The Supreme Court’s liberal justices seemed united in March 2 arguments that Texas’ abortion regulations are an unconstitutional burden on a woman’s right to an abortion, but Justice Anthony Kennedy, who holds the key vote, questioned whether there was enough evidence to make such a finding. (The Washington Post)

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The Supreme Court’s liberal justices seemed united in March 2 arguments that Texas’ abortion regulations are an unconstitutional burden on a woman’s right to an abortion, but Justice Anthony Kennedy, who holds the key vote, questioned whether there was enough evidence to make such a finding.
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