If SCOTUS upholds a Louisiana law, it could be a sign a more conservative Supreme Court is willing to overturn other abortion laws.
Today the Supreme Court is hearing a case about a Louisiana abortion law that could have ramifications across America. As NPR reports, SCOTUS is hearing arguments in a case to decide whether an abortion access law in Louisiana can go forward. That law mandates that any doctor performing an abortion in the state can only do so if they have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. “Admitting privileges” is when a doctor has an agreement with a hospital to be able to send and treat their patients there.
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