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Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Mail-Order Abortion Case

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The Supreme Court plans to review a case concerning the prescription and delivery of abortion pills, marking its first major abortion-related case since the Roe vs. Wade decision was overturned.

The case will address whether mifepristone, a common medication for abortion, can be prescribed through telemedicine and sent through the mail.

The Biden administration requested the Court’s consideration after a federal appeals court ruling restricted access to mifepristone. (Trending: Democrat Excludes White People From Holiday Party In Controversial Email)

The case involves a lawsuit challenging the FDA’s approval of mifepristone, and a ruling in favor of the FDA led to the reinstatement of restrictions on the abortion pill.

If upheld, these restrictions would prevent access to mifepristone through telemedicine and mail delivery.

The case is expected to be ruled on next summer.

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