Supreme Court rejects challenge to strict Arkansas abortion law

Supreme Court rejects challenge to strict Arkansas abortion lawBy Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) – In a setback to abortion rights advocates, the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday paved the way for Republican-backed restrictions on medication-induced abortions to take effect in Arkansas that could lead to the shuttering of two of the state’s three abortion clinics. The nine justices, with no noted dissents, declined to hear an appeal by abortion provider Planned Parenthood of a lower court ruling that had revived the 2015 state law, which sets regulations regarding the RU-486 “abortion pill,” after it was earlier struck down by a federal judge. The law had remained blocked pending the outcome of the appeal to the Supreme Court.


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Washington's Strict New Policy on Iran Could Test Ties With Allies

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Facebook's facial recognition technology may not meet strict new EU data rules, a top watchdog says

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