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In June Medical Services v. Russo, the Supreme Court rejected Louisiana’s request to revisit long-established precedent and deny the legal entitlement of physicians to bring suit to challenge abortion laws. But several justices urged that this entitlement be reexamined.

Even if the Louisiana Supreme Court rules in favor of the landowners, the pipe is already built and in operation. The damage to the Atchafalaya basin is done.

"Even if the Louisiana Supreme Court rules in favor of the landowners, the pipe is already built and in operation."

The Supreme Court's decision in June striking down a Louisiana restriction on abortion clinics is giving abortion opponents an unlikely opportunity in other states.

The Supreme Court's decision in June striking down a Louisiana restriction on abortion clinics is giving abortion opponents an unlikely opportunity in other states.

The Supreme Court's decision in June striking down a Louisiana restriction on abortion clinics is giving abortion opponents an unlikely opportunity in other states.

A parole hearing has been set for a Louisiana Black man sentenced to life after stealing hedge clippers in 1997, a sentence the state's Supreme Court upheld despite its chief justice's insistence that the punishment was excessive and rooted in racist law.

A parole hearing has been set for a Louisiana Black man sentenced to life after stealing hedge clippers in 1997, a sentence the state's Supreme Court upheld despite its chief justice's insistence that the punishment was excessive and rooted in racist law.

Prosecutors in Vermilion Parish last week agreed to free Derek Harris, now 52, from prison following a decision last month by the Louisiana Supreme Court, which granted him a new sentencing hearing in the case.

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A Black man will spend the rest of his life in prison for stealing hedge clippers after the Louisiana Supreme Court denied his request to have his sentence overturned last week.

BREAKING: The Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law that was designed to close abortion clinics and cut off access. This case should never have made it so far. We will continue to fight to ensure everyone can get the care you need, no matter where you live.

BREAKING: The Supreme Court has struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics, reasserting a commitment to abortion rights over fierce opposition from dissenting conservative justices in the first big abortion case of the Trump era.

The Supreme Court’s ruling in June Medical Services v. Russo is a victory for women’s health & freedoms. Louisiana’s draconian abortion ban was a clear violation of the Constitution, specifically designed dismantle their right to make their own health & family decisions.

Today’s Supreme Court decision to strike down Louisiana’s law which would have shut down women's health clinics was the right thing to do. Next up: we need to codify Roe v. Wade and make it a federal law.

Breaking: In a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law forbidding doctors from performing abortions unless they held admitting privileges at a nearby hospital

BREAKING: The Supreme Court just struck down Louisiana’s anti-abortion restriction. #MyRightMyDecision 

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BREAKING: The Supreme Court has upheld a key abortion rights decision — invalidating a Louisiana law that required doctors at clinics that perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. Chief Justice Roberts joined the court’s four liberals.

Breaking: Supreme Court blocks controversial Louisiana abortion law, Chief Justice Roberts siding with liberals.

While I’m pleased the Supreme Court agreed to temporarily block a Louisiana abortion law, it’s troubling, but not surprising, that Kavanaugh wrote a separate dissent arguing the court should disregard long-standing precedent, despite his assurances that he'd respect precedent.

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