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“The U.S. Supreme Court's new nine-month term, which begins on Monday, promises to be among the most momentous in generations. The justices are poised to decide major cases that could roll back abortion rights and broaden gun and religious rights.” Reuters
On December 1, the Court will hearDobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, “a challenge to a Mississippi law that bans almost all abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy.” SCOTUSblog
“Three Supreme Court justices delivered the same plea in rapid succession in recent days: Don’t view justices as politicians… The call by justices Clarence Thomas, Stephen Breyer and Amy Coney Barrett for the public not to see court decisions as just an extension of partisan politics isn’t new. But the timing of the recent comments is significant, just after a summer in which conservative majorities on the court prevailed over liberal dissents on abortion, immigration and evictions, and at the start of a blockbuster term.” AP News
“Democratic senators argued [last] Wednesday that rulings on the Supreme Court’s ‘shadow docket’ are inconsistent and overly politicized. Republicans called the shadow docket ordinary and said the term itself is designed to make the court’s emergency orders seem nefarious… The shadow docket is the informal term for expedited rulings that the Supreme Court issues outside its typical process of hearing arguments and handing down lengthy opinions.” SCOTUSblog
Here’s our recent coverage of the Texas abortion law. The Flip Side
The right pushes back against criticism of the shadow docket and is hopeful that the Supreme Court will strike down Roe v. Wade.