The U.S. Supreme Court just dropped a bombshell announcement, and President Trump has been notified. This case is about to change things in America forever.
Last year, a pro-life law in Louisiana was upheld by the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, however, the Center for Reproductive Rights appealed to the Supreme Court — and they have decided to take up the case.
This sets up an election-year battle over a contentious cultural issue, with President Trump’s two conservative nominees, Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, set to play a pivotal role.
The Louisiana law — which the court is expected to rule on by the end of June 2020 — requires that all abortionists have admitting privileges to a hospital no more than 30 miles away.
In order to protect the safety of women should an emergency arise, it is crucial that abortionists that “the ability to directly admit a patient from the abortion clinic into a nearby hospital,” said Catherine Glenn Foster.
Foster is president of Americans United for Life, a nationwide legal group promoting and defending the sanctity of human life. She said the law “is designed to protect women from shoddy and substandard abortion practices.”
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