The Supreme Court granted a Trump administration appeal on Tuesday and reinstated a federal requirement obligating women seeking an abortion pill to obtain the drug from a hospital or medical center in person.
Why it matters: It's the court's first ruling on abortion since the arrival of the conservative Trump-appointed Justice Amy Coney Barrett. The justices voted 6-3 in favor of the ruling, with the court's liberals dissenting.
Of note via AP: "The new administration could put the in-person requirement on hold after Joe Biden takes office on Jan. 20."
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