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"I expect to be announcing that decision in a matter ... of hours not days," he said, adding that he doesn't expect to make the announcement today, but it's coming soon.
The site, formerly U.S. Forest Service land, will continue to be open to cattle grazing.
Where's the support for property rights?
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Photos taken by The Sun's John M. Steiner in Washington, D.C.
Clinic Director Tammi Kromenaker said while she knew the ruling was coming because of the draft opinion leaked in May, it's still "devastating."
In the fall of the 1971, when the abortion case was heard for the first time, the justices were focused on an equally momentous clash over the fate of the death penalty.
The deeply divided House voted 217-203 -- with no Republicans in support -- to advance the bill toward passage, after the Senate passed the legislation late on Thursday.
Just hours after Justice Antonin Scalia's 2016 death, then-Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell issued a statement saying he would not permit a hearing or a vote on President Barack Obama's nominee to fill the seat. It was an unprecedented move in modern history to refuse to even consider a president's pick.

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"This cruel ruling is outrageous and heart-wrenching. But make no mistake: the rights of women and all Americans are on the ballot this November." -- Nancy Pelosi "Today, Life Won. By overturning Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court of the United States has given the American people a new beginning for life, and I commend the justices in the majority for having the courage of their convictions. -- Former Vice President Mike Pence
If we could set aside our feelings about abortion for a moment — a tall ask, I know, given how passionate we all are on this issue — perhaps we could recognize that the Court is doing something extraordinary.
The North Dakota Legislature passed a "trigger" law in 2007 that would ban abortion in the state within 30 days if the Supreme Court ever overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.

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