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39 minutes ago, oldschool said:

 

Google it. SCOTUS has routinely stayed bad laws for lesser reasons  in the past. 

 

The fact that they have an abortion case on the docket likely is another factor why they didn't deal with this shoddy appeal full of errors......

 

You can be wrong on this.  It's OK.  :)

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9 hours ago, IsntLifeFunny said:

Are you saying they would push this type of law back down to the superior courts until they find a single case to stand on? If that’s the case then Roe is definitely getting eliminated and it will be up to the states. The entire south is frothing after what happened here. If they don’t make a judgement you’re going to see at least 15 states pass something similar. 

 

I have no opinion as to what they intend to do, if they even know themselves at this point.

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1 hour ago, BudsOilers said:

 

The fact that they have an abortion case on the docket likely is another factor why they didn't deal with this shoddy appeal full of errors......

 

You can be wrong on this.  It's OK.  :)

If that was the issue then they could have simply stayed the TX law temporarily until they had a full hearing…

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2 hours ago, unauthorizedcinnamon said:

This bill looks like the product of skilled activist lawyers and likely a lot of coordination, possibly even with the radical right on the Supreme Court. Who came up with the plan? Who funded the development of the bill? I suspect any coordination will be harder to get evidence of, but hopefully we can learn who made it. If anyone wondered if there is an army of conniving corruption coming up with things like this - there long has been.

 

There will never be any consequences of a coordination like this, because, is it illegal?

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Religious people vote Republican and are anti-abortion. Look how frothing at the mouth little earl is about it. The GOP panders to these mouth breathers and can't go over the top enough about the issue. 

 

Making a ridiculous bill is right up the alley for these unhinged morons. 

 

The technicality of the SCOTUS deciding not to issue a stay is secondary to the fact the GOP is being infiltrated by people who are fucking insane, not just Trump 

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22 minutes ago, OILERMAN said:

Religious people vote Republican and are anti-abortion. Look how frothing at the mouth little earl is about it. The GOP panders to these mouth breathers and can't go over the top enough about the issue. 

 

Making a ridiculous bill is right up the alley for these unhinged morons. 

 

The technicality of the SCOTUS deciding not to issue a stay is secondary to the fact the GOP is being infiltrated by people who are fucking insane, not just Trump 

Originally the political class just wanted their vote and were willing to give them what they wanted in exchange for their vote. That way they could get their tax cuts for the rich and corporate protections. 
 

But now the evangelical nuts are taking over the political seats of power, too. 

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Would it be reasonable to call the texas legislature the texas taliban? Republicans tell us they are for smaller government and yet they pass more laws to control people than congress passes laws. How many red states are already lined up to follow texas' abortion law? How many red states have passed voter restriction laws?

Tell us again how the gop is for freedom and less government regulation, @Little Earl

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Interesting data on the impact of this Texas law.......In 2020, 84% (47,338 of 56,358) of Texas abortions were done at 8 weeks or less.   Not clear how many are 6 weeks or less of that total.

 

https://apnews.com/article/health-texas-us-supreme-court-laws-gun-politics-15b5ade8ad341cd7f9e61da10a994c43

https://www.hhs.texas.gov/about-hhs/records-statistics/data-statistics/itop-statistics

 

 

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1 minute ago, BudsOilers said:

Interesting data on the impact of this Texas law.......In 2020, 84% (47,338 of 56,358) of Texas abortions were done at 8 weeks or less.   Not clear how many are 6 weeks or less of that total.

 

https://apnews.com/article/health-texas-us-supreme-court-laws-gun-politics-15b5ade8ad341cd7f9e61da10a994c43

https://www.hhs.texas.gov/about-hhs/records-statistics/data-statistics/itop-statistics

 

 

 

I'd guess that 2 week window is huge 

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