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Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana law that would've drastically restricted abortion

Mashable Monday, 29 June 2020 ()
On Monday, the Supreme Court struck down a law that would restrict abortion in Louisiana. 

The 5-4 decision in June Medical Services v. Russo declared the law, passed in 2014, unconstitutional.

The Center for Reproductive Rights, the nonprofit legal and advocacy organization that represented the plaintiffs, argued that...
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News video: Supreme Court Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Law In Surprise Ruling

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Chief Justice John Roberts sided with 4 liberal justices to rule against a law that would've effectively forced abortion clinics in Louisiana to close.

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