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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by LA Times:

The Supreme Court on Monday dealt a surprising setback to abortion opponents, striking down a Louisiana law that was expected to result in the closing of all but one of its abortion providers.

The justices, by a 5-4 vote, said the requirement that doctors have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital violated a woman’s right to abortion. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. joined with liberals in supporting the outcome.

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This was the court’s first abortion ruling since President Trump’s two appointees took their seats, and it was seen as an early test of whether a more conservative court would move to repeal Roe vs. Wade.

The report notes that the Supreme Court struck down a similar law in Texas four years ago.

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  1. well that’s too bad for patients whose uterus gets ruptured during an office abortion ! the patient will just have to take their chances still with whatever dr is on duty ( if any) at a local hospital ! drs can’t just admit a patient if they have no admitting privileges so in a life or death situation as is the case good luck getting decent drs to arrive in time while you bleed out from your abortion !


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