Following Supreme Court order, Idaho remains committed to protecting life

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On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court returned the Biden administration’s case against Idaho, State of Idaho v. United States of America, to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit after my office won significant concessions from the United States that Justice Amy Coney Barrett described as “important” and “critical.”

The administration’s change in position that the federal Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act will rarely override Idaho’s Defense of Life Act prompted the Supreme Court to ask the 9th Circuit to review the issues in light of the federal government’s significant shift.

I agree with Justice Samuel Alito that it is “regrettable” that the high court didn’t reach the merits in our case. Be that as it may, “the underlying issue in this case – whether EMTALA requires hospitals to perform abortions in

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