Clarence Thomas urges Supreme Court to reexamine the issue of contraception

Clarence Thomas urges Supreme Court to reexamine the issue of contraception

Clarence Thomas urges Supreme Court to reexamine the issue of contraception

Clarence Thomas urges Supreme Court to reexamine the issue of contraception

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  • The outrage over the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade however attacked by a former law clerk.
  • He claimed that the significance of legal precedent seldom acknowledged.
  • These justices of the Supreme Court frequently state that they will follow precedent.
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The outrage over the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade was attacked by a former law clerk Clarence Thomas for Justice Neil Gorsuch.

He claimed that the significance of legal precedent is seldom acknowledged.

These justices of the Supreme Court frequently state that they will follow precedent. Additionally, determining whether a precedent is valid is part of the law of precedent.

They only appear however upset about precedent when one of their cases is reversed, according to Mike Davis.

He added that these liberal lawmakers don’t seem to mind when liberal justices overturn conservative precedent “on the Supreme Court overturning federal abortion rights.

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, said that the Supreme Court “has abandoned a 50-year tradition at a time when the country is in need of stability,” to which Davis responded.

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Collins claimed that despite what the justices informed her about adhering to established judicial norms.

The Roe v. Wade decision however overruled by the Supreme Court on Friday. Essentially eliminating the recognition of an abortion constitutional right.

The court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which focused on a Mississippi legislation that outlawed abortion beyond 15 weeks of pregnancy, led to the decision.

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“Move to California if you don’t like the restrictions on abortion. Move to Florida if you don’t like COVID restrictions.”

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