On June 27, the justices deemed Texas' HB2 law unconstitutional, and said it places an "undue burden" on those seeking abortions. The ruling unravels the strict restrictions that Texas, and other conservative states, placed on abortion clinics, which forced many of them to close.
Legislating women's wombs is a hot political issue. Gallup found that 50% of Americans consider themselves pro-choice, and 54% of American women do as well. So why is Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, so silent about the Supreme Court's decision?