Today it was Indiana….
Lower courts have repeatedly stuck down state efforts to ban a women right to have an abortion, which was made the law in the Roe vs Wade US Supreme Court ruling….
The Supreme Court on Tuesday blocked an Indiana law barring abortions based on a fetus’ sex, race or disability, while allowing a separate state measure requiring fetal remains to be buried or cremated to take effect.
The justices declined to review a lower court’s decision overturning a law restricting when and why an abortion could be performed. Vice President Mike Pence signed the measure into law in 2016 when he was Indiana governor, and it was blocked by the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals last year.
That case is the latest abortion challenge the Supreme Court’s new conservative majority has passed up. However, it doesn’t indicate whether the court will eventually take up a challenge to Roe v. Wade, as a spate of conservative states including Alabama, Georgia and Missouri approve laws meant to directly challenge the 1973 ruling legalizing abortion nationwide….