It would flout core principles of federalism by celebrities tapes mandating postponement of a state law
without asserting that the law is even probably unconstitutional, Justice Scalia wrote in a four-page order. Reasonable minds can perhaps disagree about whether the Court of Appeals should have
granted a stay in this case, he said. But there is no doubt that the applicants have not carried their heavy burden of showing that doing so was a clear violation of accepted legal standards. In
a dissent, Justices Stephen Breyer , Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan said they would have taken action to block the new Texas law. Justice Breyer, writing for the
dissenters, said that the federal judges initial injunction would have preserved the status quo, allowing clinics to remain open and serve women in their communities as the litigation continued.
By putting Texas http://ernestogzjv.wordpress.com/2013/11/07/farrah-abraham-slammed-by-bethenny-audience-member-after-admitting-she-waxed-eyebrows-of-her-daughter-4-as-the-child-slept/
new law into immediate effect, it instantly leaves 24 counties in the Rio Grande Valley with no abortion provider because those providers do not have admitting privileges and are unlikely to get
them, Breyer wrote in a 5-page dissent. He added that the new law may substantially reduce access to safe abortions elsewhere in Texas. Breyer said that the underlying legal issue concerning the
constitutionality of the Texas law is a difficult question. Lawmakers in Texas and other states have passed laws like this for the sole purpose of limiting access to safe, legal abortion, not
promote womens health, Terri Burke, executive director of the ACLU of Texas, said in a statement.
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(Mike Stone/Reuters) Lawrence Hurley and Lisa Garza Reuters 6:34 p.m. CST, November 19, 2013 WASHINGTON/DALLAS (Reuters) - A split U.S. Supreme Court declined on Tuesday to block implementation
of a new abortion law in Texas that already has prompted a dozen clinics in the state to stop performing the procedure. The provision requires doctors who perform abortions to have admitting
privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of the facility in case women have complications. The court was split 5-4, with the conservative wing of the court in the majority. The four liberal
justices said they would have overturned the 5th U.S.
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The justices voted 5-4 to leave in effect a provision requiring doctors who perform abortions in clinics to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. The court's conservative majority
refused the plea of site internet Planned Parenthood and several Texas abortion
clinics to overturn a preliminary federal appeals court ruling that allowed the provision to take effect. The four liberal justices dissented. The case remains on appeal to the 5th U.S. Circuit
Court of Appeals in New Orleans. That court is expected to hear arguments in January, and the law will remain in effect at least until then. Justice Stephen Breyer , writing for the liberal
justices, said he expects the issue to return to the Supreme Court once the appeals court issues its final ruling.
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But Connor Lammert knocked down 3-pointers on back-to-back Texas possessions as the Longhorns went into halftime with a 44-31 halftime lead. Three technical fouls were called in the first half -
one on Huskies head coach Ron Cottrell and a double technical on Texas' Cameron Ridley and Houston Baptist's Dauson Womack. Holmes did not play the final seven minutes of the second half, heading
to the locker room after falling http://www.zimbio.com/General/articles/_J0PmFqmqLB/Rehab+Cheerful+Farrah+Abraham+Hits+Beach+Bikini
hard on the floor. He returned to the bench but did not play again. Holmes, who also added six rebounds and three blocks, was one of four Texas players to score in double figures.
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Texas woman killed in hotel bed by bullet from adjoining room
Now the Longhorns (7-3, 6-1) are almost certain to fall unranked again, but more costly in this blowout was relinquishing control of their destiny in the Big 12. Texas and Oklahoma State still
have yet to face No. 4 Baylor The Cowboys host the Bears next week. Chelf threw for 197 yards and an interception. He was also Oklahoma State's leading rusher, running for 95 yards that were
largely piled up with long sprints from the shotgun that cut through the middle of the Texas defense.
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Oklahoma State tops Texas, stays in Big 12 title race
Traci Reedy, 48, was in the room with her husband and teenage son, who were not injured. She died later celebs in hospital. Michael Gray, 36, of Dallas, who was
in the adjoining room, was arrested and charged with criminally negligent homicide on suspicion of firing the fatal shot, police said. Police believe Gray was with a woman, who has not been
charged, and was handling the gun when it went off. "There is no indication that a disturbance was taking place between Gray and the female in his room when the gun discharged," Irving police
said in a statement.
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