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When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, it opened the floodgates for abortion-related lawsuits | CNN Politics

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    10% Center

  • Reliability

    60% ReliableFair

  • Policy Leaning

    10% Center

  • Politician Portrayal

    26% Positive

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62% : A group of anti-abortion physicians has sued the FDA, challenging the agency's assessment of the drug's safety and claiming it improperly lifted "critical safeguards" for its use.
52% : John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe/Getty Images Breyer walks with President Bill Clinton at the White House in May 1994.
50% : After all, different states will enact different laws and enforce them differently," Breyer wrote, listing many of the possible issues that could make it to the Supreme Court over the next few years.
45% : Among the 2016 changes was the increase in gestational age to 10 weeks of pregnancy, a reduction in the requisite number of in-person medical visits, and authorization for non-physician healthcare providers to prescribe the drug.
43% : "On the other side, the Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops took a page from the Dobbs opinion to reinforce their arguments against the FDA, referring to a Dobbs' majority assertion that "Abortion is a unique act.
42% : ""This Court acknowledges that '(a)bortion is inherently different from other medical procedures, because no other procedure involves the purposeful termination of a potential life,'" lawyers for the anti-abortion groups told the justices, citing previous court decisions.
41% : The court divide mirrors political divisions: All six conservatives were appointed by Republican presidents, three of them by Trump, who has bragged about his role in the Dobbs decision; the three remaining liberal justices were appointed by Democrats.
39% : Meanwhile, Justice Samuel Alito, who wrote the Dobbs opinion, and other justices have cast doubt on elements of other social milestones, including the 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges decision that declared a right to same-sex marriage.
38% : The Biden administration, defending the FDA, had avoided referring even once to the Dobbs decision in its written brief in the new case, perhaps to avoid that constitutional flashpoint and to accentuate the broader stakes of federal regulation and expertise.

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