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From Lifenews

The Supreme Court has upheld a pro-life ruled issued by President Donald Trump that will help save babies from abortions.

The Trump administration appealed a federal judge’s ruling that allows abortion facilities to send abortion drugs to women in the mail, potentially without ever seeing them in person for an exam.

In July, U.S. District Judge Theodore Chuang, of Maryland, suspended a U.S. Food and Drug Administration safety rule for the abortion drug mifepristone after pro-abortion groups sued. They argued that the FDA should halt its requirement that the drug be provided in person because it would protect women from potential exposure to the coronavirus at an abortion facility.

The Trump administration appealed the initial ruling and said it would be safer for women to see a doctor first because the drug can kill or inure women in certain medical situations.

Today, the Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that the Trump administration can enforce the pro-life rule and lifted a nationwide injunction against it.

In the ruling, Chief Justice John Roberts said this was not a case about whether the rule imposed a supposed “undue burden” on women seeking abortions. Instead, he said it was about a lower court’s authority to block rules during the pandemic.