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Saturday, July 2, 2022

Rowe vs Wade Still Up in the Air, SCOTUS Coup Could Happen Friday

On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled in the Alito case — just not what Alito’s solution.

With just one day left on the Supreme Court’s schedule to release opinions this year, Americans are still waiting for a decision in a closely watched case that is expected to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade case. abortion order.

On Thursday, the Supreme Court issued four opinions that dealt with voter ID laws, the state’s execution methods, Alito’s Miranda warnings and the constitutionality of New York’s concealed carry law.

Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women’s Health Organization, concerning the legality of a Mississippi law banning all abortions after 15 weeks except for medical emergencies and fetal abnormalities, was not ruled.

Americans are still waiting for a decision in a case that is expected to overturn the landmark abortion ruling in Roe v. Wade.
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Holding A Sign With The Inscription &Quot;I Don'T Regret The Abortion&Quot; As She Poses For A Portrait As She Joins Abortion Rights Demonstrators, Saturday, May 14, 2022
A protester holds a sign reading “I don’t regret my abortion” as she poses for a portrait as she joins abortion rights demonstrators, Saturday, May 14, 2022.
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In early May, a draft opinion in the case, written by Conservative Judge Samuel Alito, was leaked stating that the Conservative Majority Court intended to overturn Roe, saying the 1973 decision was unconstitutional.

It is not clear if the final opinion will match the draft originally written in February.

After the draft conclusion was leaked, tensions erupted across the country. Major cities and the homes of conservative judges have been the targets of protests, and some pregnancy crisis centers have been attacked. Judge Brett Kavanaugh even faced an attempt on an expected opinion earlier this month.

If the ruling does overturn Roe v. Wade, the protests are expected to continue, with at least one pro-abortion organization promising a “night of rage.”

On Wednesday, the White House denounced the potential violence, with press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre saying, “Violence and destruction of property has no place in our country under any circumstances. And the president condemns this action.”

“Such actions are completely unacceptable, regardless of our policy,” she added. “Therefore, we condemned it and will continue to condemn any violence or threats.”

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On Thursday, the Supreme Court issued four opinions.
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The Supreme Court is expected to release a final decision by the end of June or early July, along with eight other rulings.

As of Thursday, only one day of publication of the conclusion is scheduled – Friday, June 24. However, the court may appoint additional days.

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