Supreme Court won’t let red states help ban the abortion pill—for now

Supreme Court won’t let red states help ban the abortion pill—for now

This past Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court denied the bid of three red states—Idaho, Kansas, and Missouri—to intervene in the abortion pill case the court will hear in March. In January, the states asked the court to allow them to join in, at least in part, to bolster a potentially fatally flawed suit. The problem? The conservative physician groups who brought the case have little right to sue in the first place.

That wasn’t an issue for extremist District Court Judge, Donald Trump appointee Matthew Kacsmaryk, or for the equally conservative activist judges on the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals who agreed with him. But it’s a very basic problem for the Supreme Court which has to project at least a semblance of knowing what they’re doing with the law.

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