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Brett Kavanaugh claimed he'd respect Supreme Court precedent on reproductive rights, but his dissent in June Medical shows he lied.
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The Supreme Court’s ruling in June Medical Services v. Russo is a victory for women’s health & freedoms. Louisiana’s draconian abortion ban was a clear violation of the Constitution, specifically designed dismantle their right to make their own health & family decisions.
The Supreme Court just ruled in June Medical that a state cannot even require an abortion clinic to follow the same regulations as every other surgical center in the state. That’s where our abortion jurisprudence is right now.
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Here is the 5-4 opinion in June Medical Services LLC v. Russo written by Justice Breyer. Chief Justice Roberts concurred in the judgment only. https://t.co/6TDlypQo4z
Today’s #SCOTUS decision in the June Medical case is a disaster. It perpetuates bad precedent while barely bothering to explain why. It is a big-time wake up call to religious conservatives. We must make our voices heard. And time for hard look at vetting & selection process
Second (and *not* last) #SCOTUS decision is in June Medical. Court *strikes down* Louisiana abortion ban.
4-1-4, with Chief Justice Roberts concurring in the judgment:
The right to an abortion is still in DEEP, DEEP TROUBLE, even after today's surprising decision from the Supreme Court.
2nd #SCOTUS opinion in No 18-1323 June Medical Serv v. Gee, a Louisiana law requiring admitting privileged for abortion doctors at local hospitals.
, check the June Medical decision. You gave a lot of assurances about Kavanaugh and precedence during that now infamous speech on October 5, 2018 - specifically as it related to a woman's right to choose.
Today, Kavanaugh showed the world you were wrong https://t.co/mVMvIyQurE
On June Medical: Setting aside the constitutional merits of the La. abortion regulations and how close they are to the Texas ones that the Court invalidated four years ago in Whole Women’s Health, CJ Roberts’s capricious application of stare decisis is startling. #CatoSCOTUS 1/x
Full context on #JuneMedical. Pay attention to the way Roberts has left the door open to future abortion litigation. This is not over, but he could not turn from precedent so blatantly. https://t.co/9aFmX2fjB9
The Supreme Court just delivered the narrowest, most temporary victory for abortion rights. Here's what this could mean for the future of Roe v. Wade: https://t.co/WQsnm34RBF
"Our abortion precedents are grievously wrong and should be overruled."
-Justice Clarence Thomas, dissenting in June Medical Services LLC v. Russo
Today @ACOG & #obgyns nationwide celebrate the #SCOTUS decision on #JuneMedical Services LLC, v. Russo that will help protect the ability of patients to receive essential care & affirms physicians' roles in advocating for their patients. https://t.co/G7OPFOrFXD
🙄🙄🙄 The decision was 5-4, in the abortion industry's favor. Chief Justice Roberts was the deciding vote. Justice Roberts claimed he had to vote against Louisiana’s law today in 'June Medical v. Russo' in order to uphold recent precedent. https://t.co/XiUBZ0UBzE
The National Women's Health Network @TheNWHN
Today SCOTUS upheld the constitutional right to access abortion care without undue burden. As we celebrate this victory, we know we can’t depend on the courts to save us. Read the NWHN's full statement on June Medical Services v. Russo here: https://t.co/ML3FZNGbcm