The United States Supreme Court has decided not to block recently passed legislation in Texas that places limits on abortions after 20 weeks and imposes tougher safety standards on abortion clinics.
— LifeNews.com (@LifeNewsHQ) November 19, 2013
Here’s more of Justice Antonin Scalia’s opinion via LifeNews:
“The underlying legal question — whether the new Texas statute is constitutional — is a difficult question. It is a question, I believe, that at least four members of this court will wish to consider irrespective of the 5th Circuit’s ultimate decision,” Justice Antonin Scalia wrote with Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito concurring. “I would maintain the status quo while the lower courts consider this difficult, sensitive, and controversial legal matter.”
Sen. Ted Cruz and other conservatives praised the decision.
— Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) November 19, 2013
Well.. proud of the Supreme Court for realizing that a baby is it's own individual.. and not the woman's body. ?
— Bob (@BobbyNettleton) November 19, 2013
Can we call this a victory for humanity? I think, yes. U.S. Supreme Court declines to block Texas abortion law http://t.co/eBCyyy8Ftv
— Pedro Martinez (@Pedroamartinez) November 19, 2013
— BabetteHolder (@Bhold226) November 19, 2013
Good RT @KHOULily: Supreme Court refuses to block Texas abortion restrictions
— ❤️Tiff ✌️ (@EyeLuvTiff) November 19, 2013
Great news. As I predicted US Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal of 5th Circuit support for our pro-life bill. Victory for life!!!!
— Dan Patrick (@DanPatrick) November 19, 2013
Victory for women & children: RT @AP: BREAKING: Supreme Court refuses to block Texas abortion restrictions.
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) November 19, 2013
A great victory indeed.
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