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Here’s Why The Supreme Court Could Be Delaying Its Abortion Decision


Blake Mauro
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June 23, 2022 11:52 AM ET
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Despite a draft opinion indicating the Supreme Court would overturn Roe v. Wade in its decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the court has yet to issue an opinion in the case, which some legal experts argue is a means to maintain engagement with the public.

Though the court heard arguments on Dobbs in December and the draft opinion leaked in May, the court has still not issued an opinion. Jonathan Turley, an attorney and professor at George Washington University Law School, argued the Supreme Court was attempting to drum up suspense.

“Chief Justice Roberts always likes to put on a show and save the best decisions for the end of the court’s session,” Turley told TheDCNF. “The timing of the decision doesn’t have as much to do with the court’s safety” as much as it has to do with the ‘wow factor’ an opinion has on the American public, Turley added.

Three of the bigger decisions of the current session have yet to be released: CVS pharmacy Inc. v. Doe, US v. Zubaydah and the long-awaited Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The Dobbs case concerns a Mississippi law that prohibits the majority of abortions after the first 15 weeks of pregnancy, and a decision in the case is likely to overturn Roe v. Wade, according to a draft opinion leaked to Politico.

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