Supreme Court Ruling Leaves Idaho Abortion Ban in Place to Protect Unborn Babies

Steven Ertelt

The nation's highest court issued a ruling in a case today where the Biden administration wanted to force Idaho to expand abortions. Instead, the Supreme Court ruled that the case needs more time at the lower court level before it can weigh in on the merits.

As a result, the Idaho abortion ban is still in place and

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court sent Moyle v. United States and Idaho v. United States back to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to hear oral arguments on the case.

The opinion is what is known as a DIG, which is "dismissed as improvidently granted." The High Court is not taking either side but saying that the case should have been allowed to proceed further below before the Supreme Court decided to address the issue.

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