U.S. Supreme Court justices seem skeptical of limits on access to abortion medication * Pennsylvania Capital-Star

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    -42% Medium Liberal

  • Reliability

    60% ReliableFair

  • Policy Leaning

    -52% Very Liberal

  • Politician Portrayal

    64% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

64% : Prelogar agreed there was a "profound mismatch," though Erin Morrow Hawley argued on behalf of Alliance Defending Freedom and the anti-abortion doctors that conscience protections don't go far enough.
62% : The future of medication abortion access in the United States went in front of the U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday, where several justices appeared somewhat skeptical as anti-abortion organizations argued use of the pharmaceutical should be moved back to what was in place before 2016.
57% : "But, Jackson noted, the anti-abortion doctors were seeking changes in access to mifepristone for everyone in the United States.
48% : And even if that happened, federal conscience protections would guard against the injury the doctors face.
47% : Prelogar also argued that conscience protections already in place at the federal level protect doctors and other health care providers who don't want to participate in elective abortion or in treating complications that can sometimes arise from medication abortion.

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