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Justice Thomas Issues Fiery Condemnation of Eugenic Abortion


SCOTUS dodges abortion fight in collective opinion

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BY:  / Washington Free Beacon

The Supreme Court on Tuesday avoided hearing a lawsuit about two Indiana abortion regulations, one of which prompted a lengthy attack on eugenic abortion from Justice Clarence Thomas.

The case in question was Box v. Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentuckyfirst brought before the court by the state of Indiana last October. It concerned two requirements of HEA 1337, which mandated that “fetal remains” be disposed of as one would other human remains (instead of medical waste), and prohibited abortions solely on the basis of the child’s sex, race, or disability status.

The Indiana-area Planned Parenthood affiliate sued, claiming that the two laws violated a woman’s right to an abortion under current precedent. The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals agreed, but Indiana appealed to the Supreme Court, perhaps hoping for a now more-conservative bench’s first ruling on abortion.

These hopes were to be dashed. In its Tuesday per curiam (i.e., unanimous or mostly unanimous) decision, the court summarily reversed the Seventh Circuit on the question of fetal remains, but neatly dodged having to grapple with whether or not such laws infringe on a woman’s right to an abortion.

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