The Supreme Court’s leaked draft opinion in Dobbs indicates the final ruling could have far-reaching consequences beyond upending women’s right to abortion and some types of contraception, say law professors Sonia Suter at George Washington University Law School and Naomi Cahn at the University of Virginia School of Law. The legal reasoning in the draft potentially could also undermine constitutional rights to same-sex and interracial marriage.
Naomi R. Cahn & Sonia Suter, More Than Abortion Rides on SCOTUS in Dobbs, Bloomberg Law (May 10, 2022).
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