According to some estimates, the Supreme Court might overrule Roe v. Wade as early as Monday of the next week.
The New York Post says “The high court updated its calendar Thursday to indicate decisions would be handed down on Monday and Wednesday of next week.”
“The Supreme Court does not announce in advance which cases will have an opinion released on a particular day.”
The Post reports that the Supreme Court still has 29 decisions to make before its summer break.
The Supreme Court did something unusual last week: it issued no decisions in any of the cases it heard.
During the month preceding the conclusion of the Supreme Court’s regular October-to-June term, the number of weeks in which the court does not issue a ruling is significantly reduced.
It has in the final stages of its most contentious term in recent memory, with numerous high-profile cases pending.
Last month’s disclosure of Samuel Alito’s draft decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization caused conflict behind the scenes.
It is likely that the court has not rendered any decisions because it is prepared for the aftermath of Roe v. Wade’s repeal.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Outside of violence, the left is preparing for the possibility, also. Their preparations involve the vice president.
The Conservative Brief reports:
Several left-wing pro-abortion organizations are appealing to Vice President Kamala Harris to help highlight and provide guidance to their efforts to make preserving the procedure a voting issue in the November midterms.
As reported by USA Today, the liberal groups are aware that Harris has a long history of championing abortion dating back to when she was the attorney general for the state of California, and now believe her voice on the issue can help drive Democratic voter turnout during an election environment that is heavily favoring Republicans. Read more…