Abortion rights activists, from left, Ravina Daphtary of Philadelphia, Morgan Hopkins of Boston, and Alison Turkos of New York City, rejoice in front of the Supreme Court in Washington on June 27, as the justices struck down the strict Texas anti-abortion restriction law known as HB2. Other cases are to follow on guns, and public corruption.
Abortion rights activists, from left, Ravina Daphtary of Philadelphia, Morgan Hopkins of Boston, and Alison Turkos of New York City, rejoice in front of the Supreme Court in Washington on June 27, as the justices struck down the strict Texas anti-abortion restriction law known as HB2. Other cases are to follow on guns, and public corruption. J. Scott Applewhite Associated Press
Abortion rights activists, from left, Ravina Daphtary of Philadelphia, Morgan Hopkins of Boston, and Alison Turkos of New York City, rejoice in front of the Supreme Court in Washington on June 27, as the justices struck down the strict Texas anti-abortion restriction law known as HB2. Other cases are to follow on guns, and public corruption. J. Scott Applewhite Associated Press

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