The Supreme Court won't reconsider a decision stopping a Nebraska anti-abortion group from fighting for an abortion law that requires health screenings for women seeking abortions.
The Supreme Court won’t reconsider a decision stopping a Nebraska anti-abortion group from fighting for an abortion law that requires health screenings for women seeking abortions.
The high court on Monday refused to hear an appeal by Nebraskan United for Life, which wanted the court to reconsider a lower court’s refusal to hear its appeal.
Federal courts refused to allow Nebraska’s 2010 law to go into effect and the state attorney general decided against defending the measure. The anti-abortion group, doing business as the NuLife Pregnancy Resource Center, wanted to intervene to argue for the law but was blocked by the courts.
The Supreme Court will not review that decision.
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