During the abortion, John Roberts stood alone

If the Supreme Court were to hold the end-of-term awards ceremony, the Old College Try Award for great but unsuccessful effort would go to Chief Justice John Roberts for his concurring opinion in Dobbs sued the Jackson Women’s Health Foundation.

Chief Justice Roberts tried to find a middle ground for abortion, maintaining Mississippi’s ban at 15 weeks, while refusing to overturn Roe v. Wade (1973) and Planned Parenthood v. Casey (1992) total. But he got no support from anyone, including full- or non-supporters and the Attorney General of the United States, when Dobbs was debated on December 1.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/abortion-john-roberts-concurring-opinion-dobbs-jackson-women-health-decision-roe-casey-viability-standard-supreme-court-11656257403 During the abortion, John Roberts stood alone

Mike Fahey

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