If Roberts and Kavanaugh nearly hoodwinked me in Wednesday's arguments, there’s a good chance they’re going to hoodwink a lot of people who have an inkling that something isn’t right with their argument.
SPECIAL REPORT: June Medical Services v. Russo
June Medical Services v. Russo is the first abortion rights case the U.S. Supreme Court will decide following the confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The case represents a turning point in the abortion rights debate and a potential bellwether for the future of abortion access in this country.
The Trump administration had one job on Wednesday: to deliver John Roberts' vote for onerous abortion restrictions.
Jessica Mason Pieklo was inside the Supreme Court for arguments in June Medical Services v. Russo. Then she literally ran across the street to record this podcast with co-host Imani Gandy so she could bring the rest of us up to speed on the most important and surprising moments of the day.
In June Medical Services v. Russo, the Justice Clarence Thomas revolution in abortion rights jurisprudence is just beginning.
What You Need to Know About This Case
Given the obstacles Black women already face, new barriers to abortion—in Louisiana and across the country—will turn reproductive health care into a right we cannot exercise.
States that have seen clinic shutdown laws struck down could reintroduce the measures if Supreme Court conservatives side with Louisiana in June Medical Services v. Russo.
These titles will deepen your historical knowledge of reproductive rights and freedom—and the relentless attacks against them—in the United States.
On March 4, 2020 the Supreme Court will hear the first major abortion rights case since Brett Kavanaugh joined the bench. In this episode of Boom! Lawyered, Imani Gandy and Jessica Mason Pieklo preview what's at stake and explain the sleeper issue that could upend abortion rights law as we know it.
According to Americans United for Life and conservative lawmakers, everyone expects the Supreme Court to end legal abortion eventually, so why wait when the Court could do so this summer in June Medical Services?
From a landmark Supreme Court case to a bevy of state bans being argued in the lower courts, 2020 is shaping up to be a wild ride for abortion rights in the United States. In our final Boom! Lawyered episode of 2019, Imani Gandy and Jessica Mason Pieklo map out every case worth following in the year ahead.
A decision to side with anti-abortion advocates in June Medical Services v. Gee could threaten the very integrity of the Supreme Court.
Boom! Lawyered: Will the Supreme Court Block Abortion Providers from Suing on Behalf of Their Patients?
June Medical Services v. Gee could upend over four decades of abortion rights precedent when the case goes before the U.S. Supreme Court in March. That's because, as part of their decision, the justices will rule on whether abortion providers can sue on behalf of their patients. On this episode of Boom! Lawyered, Imani Gandy and Jessica Mason Pieklo explain why this is a big deal and how the Court is likely to decide.
On the first day of its 2019-2020 term, the Roberts Court will consider taking up three different abortion rights cases.
Thursday's Supreme Court order means that, for now at least, abortion access in Louisiana has not yet been further compromised.