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Court's new term to look at abortion, death penalty, religious liberty | Crux Now

Sep 27, 2021 View Original Article
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    22% Somewhat Conservative

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    36% Negative

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46% : The U.S. bishops have not weighed in on this case but they have spoken out against handguns in the past, arguing that they should be accessible to those in law enforcement and the military, but that all others should have significantly restricted access.
45% : In previous abortion rulings, the Supreme Court has consistently said states cannot restrict abortion before 24-weeks of pregnancy, focusing on viability, or when a fetus is said to be able to survive on its own.
45% : This term, the court also will look at handgun laws, reviewing a New York law, upheld by the lower courts, that requires individuals to have a license to carry a concealed gun outside the home.
44% : Likely the most anticipated case of the term is Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, the abortion case that will be argued Dec. 1 and has been described as potentially taking down Roe v. Wade, the court's 1973 decision legalizing abortion.
43% : The focus is on the case of John Ramirez, a Texas death-row inmate who was granted a stay of execution by the Supreme Court in early September based on his rejected appeal for his pastor to pray over him, with his hands on him, in the execution chamber.
40% : This year the court will also hear a government appeal to reinstate the death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
37% : The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, in its brief, stressed that abortion is not a right created by the Constitution and warned that if the court "continues to treat abortion as a constitutional issue," it will face more questions in the future about "what sorts of abortion regulations are permissible."
37% : These decisions used to primarily focus on specific issues such as death penalty emergency orders but in recent weeks they extended to broader issues such as immigration, evictions, COVID-19 and abortion.
31% : The big cases, among the 34 it has so far agreed to hear, include those on abortion, the Second Amendment, and religious liberty issues related to a death penalty case and religious schools excluded from a state school choice program.

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