Supreme Court’s Abortion Pill Ruling Causes Big Problems For Trump-Biden Rematch

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( – The Supreme Court has decided that the challenge to mifepristone, an abortion pill, is to be dismissed. This decision is heavily connected to the 2024 presidential election. 

Last week, the ruling of the Supreme Court marked a setback for anti-abortion groups who were looking to move forward with restricting access or having the drug completely taken off the market. However, while the Supreme Court dismissed the challenge they also allowed the door to remain open to other possible challenges. This could mean that a new challenge could be brought forward from the trio of red states in front of the same federal judge that had in 2023 suspended mifepristone’s approval. 

However, instead of waiting for the courts to make a decision, it is possible that another Trump administration might end up using executive orders in order to impose rules on mifepristone.

Former Trump administration Department of Health and Human Services official Roger Severino noted that the Supreme Court had not taken off the table the possibility of any future challenges. However, he did point out that the Court with its decision has left it up to the next administration to issue some regulations on the very poorly regulated and dangerous chemical abortion regime. 

Former President Donald Trump has repeatedly stated that the state will get to make all decisions on abortion. Still, advisers and former administration officials have outlined plans for abortion restrictions, including restrictions on the drug should Trump manage to win the White House in the Nov. 5 election.

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