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U.S. Supreme Court justices seem skeptical of limits on access to abortion medication

The future of medication abortion access in the United States went in front of the U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday, where several justices appeared somewhat skeptical as anti-abortion organizations argued use of the pharmaceutical should be moved back to what was in place before 2016.

Who wants the U.S. Supreme Court to limit abortion pill access? Here’s the list.

Anti-abortion groups, attorneys general from 25 states and more than 140 members of Congress have signed on to dozens of briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court during the past two weeks, encouraging the justices to revert use and prescribing of the medication abortion pill mifepristone to what was in place prior to 2016.

Abortion is on the ballot in Nevada … one way or the other

Democrats are framing this year’s presidential election as a battle for abortion rights, citing former President Donald Trump’s record and arguing his return to office would pave the way for a nationwide ban on abortions. And more directly there are three proposed constitutional amendments working their way toward Nevadans’ ballots.