Statement from Campaign for Accountability on Supreme Court’s June Medical Services v. Russo Decision
“Today the Supreme Court appropriately applied its prior precedent guaranteeing the right to access abortion care,” said Alice Huling, Counsel at Campaign for Accountability.
“Despite the Court’s identical prior precedent, the Court’s plurality decision lacks a clear majority opinion, and leaves the door open for future challenges to abortion access. Abortion opponents will continue to pursue TRAP laws aimed at curtailing and denying abortion. These laws particularly burden abortion access for marginalized populations, rural communities, and young people and as long as they are being enacted the fight to protect reproductive rights is far from over.”