US Supreme Court wipes away lower court ruling that granted undocumented teen access to abortion
U.S. top court rejects challenge to strict Arkansas abortion law
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 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.
A unanimous Supreme Court on Monday declined to set a precedent for whether or not an undocumented teen in US custody can get an abortion.
The court granted a request from the Trump administration to wipe away a lower court opinion that allowed an undocumented teen in Texas to get an abortion last year. Although the teen -- known as "Jane Doe" in court papers -- has obtained the procedure, the administration wanted the opinion vacated so as not to create a precedent for other similar cases that could come up.
Supreme Court extends privacy protection to cars in a driveway
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court on Tuesday extended the Constitution's privacy protection to include vehicles that are parked on a home's driveway or carport, ruling that police need a search warrant before they may inspect them. In general, police may look closely at cars that are parked along public roads, without the need for a search warrant. But in Tuesday's 8-1 ruling,In general, police may look closely at cars that are parked along public roads, without the need for a search warrant.
In a, the justices explained that the issue is now moot.
The court's order will have little impact since the administration filed the emergency application in November, a lower court has already issued a temporary injunction against the government in the case. That litigation will now continue.
The dispute arose weeks ago when the ACLU challenged the Trump administration's new policy that prohibits federally funded shelters from taking any action to facilitate abortion access for unaccompanied minors. As a part of that challenge, the ACLU filed an emergency petition in federal court to clear the way for Doe to have the procedure.
A federal district court ruled in favor of the teen.
Supreme Court declines Alaska militia leader's appeal .
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of a former Fairbanks militia leader convicted of conspiring to kill federal officials. Schaeffer Cox's appeal was among the more than 150 petitions to the court rejected without explanation Monday, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported .
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