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Supreme Court will rule on abortion rights once again. What’s at stake now?
Supreme Court will rule on abortion rights once again. What’s at stake now? | GZERO World

Supreme Court will rule on abortion rights once again. What’s at stake now?

Abortion is once again on the docket at the US Supreme Court this year. In June, justices will rule on two major reproductive rights cases: one involving the abortion pill, known as mifepristone, and another involving emergency room abortions. SCOTUS expert Emily Bazelon joins Ian Bremmer on GZERO World to explain the issues at the heart of both cases and why the stakes for abortion rights this term are so high.


“The [abortion pill case] affects women across the country, it’s not state by state,” Bazelon stresses, “It’s the FDA’s authority to allow pills to be shipped everywhere and other rules that have made abortion pills more accessible for women in blue as well as red states.”

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The Arizona for Abortion Access news conference at the law offices of Coppersmith Brockelman in Phoenix.

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Arizona courts order near-total abortion ban

On Tuesday, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled that the state must revert to a 123-year-old law making abortions almost entirely illegal except when it is necessary to save a pregnant person’s life.
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