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Only after those two rulings, which could take more than a year, would an appeal reach the high court. There is a chance that the justices could be asked to intervene at an earlier stage if one of the parties files an emergency application seeking immediate review of a lower court decision.

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The court could, for example, stay a lower court ruling, but would not rule on the merits of the case at that point. There are other cases already pending at the high court that could give the conservative majority the opportunity to weaken Roe v.

leondumoulin.nl/language/classic/human-origins.php As soon as Monday, the court could act on two appeals concerning abortion restrictions in Indiana. One requires fetal remains to be buried or cremated and bans abortions performed because of fetal disability or the sex or race of the fetus. The other requires women to undergo an ultrasound examination at least 18 hours before they undergo an abortion. Another pending case concerns a separate Alabama law that would effectively ban abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.

The Supreme Court later this year is also set to act on a bid by Louisiana to revive restrictions on doctors who perform abortions, requiring that they have hospital admitting privileges. The Supreme Court could overturn Roe if it decides that the principle known as stare decisis, whereby the court traditionally stands by its older decisions, does not hold sway. However, the court can overrule its prior precedents if a majority of justices believe such action is warranted, in part because they believe the precedent had been wrongly decided.

On Monday, liberal Justice Stephen Breyer dissented when the court overturned a precedent in an unrelated case and in doing so cited the abortion ruling that upheld Roe. Blogs up icon. Current edition.

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