By Michael KranishSeptember 30, 2019 09:42:02The Supreme Court on Friday announced its decision on the legality of abortion in the United States.
But it’s not the only issue that’s expected to come up for discussion at the high court.
The case could have wide-ranging consequences for the abortion industry and women in the U, the country’s second-largest economy.
It comes after a year of contentious hearings, and the decision could affect how much money abortion providers can earn.
In a ruling in March, the justices found that the state of California was violating the Constitution by allowing doctors to profit from abortions, which the court ruled violate the Eighth Amendment, which prohibits cruel and unusual punishment.
The court also said it would consider a case from Wyoming, which said it could not profit from an abortion until the fetus has reached term.
That case has been brought by the women who had abortions in that state before they had the right to obtain an abortion.
The justices also ruled in June that the states of Texas and Louisiana could not ban abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy, saying they could not discriminate based on gender.
On Thursday, they declined to take up the issue of a lawsuit filed by the National Abortion Federation, which argued that the court should review Roe v.
Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that legalized abortion.
A ruling in the case could open the door for the courts to overturn laws that restrict abortion, but the justices’ decision has yet to be officially announced.
The Supreme Court is currently hearing arguments in the same case, but it’s unclear if the justices will rule on the issue this term.
The justices are expected to issue their decision on Thursday.
The issue is expected to be one of the most controversial cases of the term.