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Supreme Court appears inclined to preserve broad access to abortion drug

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    -2% Center

  • Reliability

    55% ReliableFair

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  • Politician Portrayal

    78% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

57% : At the time, the court's 5-4 conservative majority declared "unelected members of this Court" would not be intervening in the future to "override the democratic process" of legislators and mandate national abortion policy.
47% : The justices heard about 90 minutes of arguments about the federal government regulations since 2016 that made access to the drug mifepristone easier, including access by mail.
46% : Ruling on that legal threshold could mean the court would not address the broader legal arguments over the level of judicial oversight for federal agency actions, including FDA authority to regulate the safety of medicines.
46% : Abortion rights groups say the drug has been proven safe, and that the court's decision could negatively impact 40 million women nationwide.Anti-abortion organizations have countered that the FDA for two decades has unlawfully promoted a nationwide regime of on-demand abortion, in defiance of several state health and safety laws.
44% : "Do we have to also entertain your argument that no one else in the world can have this drug or no one else in America should have this drug in order to protect your clients?" and their conscientious objections on dispensing or treating patients seeking abortions or emergency reproductive care, asked Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson.

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