US Supreme Court Rejects Case on What Rights Unborn Children Have

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The U.S. Supreme Court on Oct. 11 turned away a case that sought to clarify what rights unborn children, or fetuses, have.

Justices rejected an appeal by Catholics for Life and two mothers who challenged a 2019 Rhode Island law, the Reproductive Privacy Act (RPA), that enabled abortions up until birth.

Justices did not say why they rejected the appeal, which came after the case was dismissed by a Rhode Island judge and a subsequent negative ruling from the Rhode Island Supreme Court.

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