Samuel A. Alito

Supreme Court is not eager to overturn Roe vs. Wade — at least not soon

Supreme Court is not eager to overturn Roe vs. Wade — at least not soon

The Supreme Court justices will meet behind closed doors Thursday morning and are expected to debate and discuss — for the 14th time — Indiana’s appeal of court rulings that have blocked a law to prohibit certain abortions.

The high court’s action — or so far, nonaction — in Indiana’s case gives one clue as to how the court’s conservative majority will decide the fate of abortion bans recently passed by lawmakers in Alabama and Georgia. Republican Gov. Kay Ivey of Alabama signed her state's ban into law on Wednesday.

Lawmakers in those states have said they approved the bans in an

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