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One Supreme Court case could change the whole way the courts handle abortion cases

Perhaps the best outcome of the case June Medical Services LLC vs. Gee, which the Supreme Court will hear this term, will be for the nine justices to abandon the “undue burden” test and get the Supreme Court out of the role of “abortion referee” for all 50 states.

This is long past due.

The Supreme Court has been deciding abortion policy since 1973’s Roe v. Wade, when seven unelected jurists — “old white men” in the parlance of today — ruled the child in the womb is not a person and can therefore be killed for any reason through all nine months of pregnancy.

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