While June Medical Services v. Russo didn’t result in more clinics having to close, people in the state still face daily tragedies trying to access abortion care.
SPECIAL REPORT: June Medical Services v. Russo
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"I was not asked a single question at the oral argument that I was not prepared to answer."
The chief justice of the Supreme Court helped deliver a win for abortion rights in June Medical Services v. Russo. Don't trust it.
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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.
How the U.S. Supreme Court justices decide June Medical Services v. Russo will have major implications for marginalized communities across Louisiana and the United States.
In June Medical Services v. Russo, the Justice Clarence Thomas revolution in abortion rights jurisprudence is just beginning.