Washington (CNN) — The Supreme Court said Tuesday that a provision of an Indiana abortion law should remain blocked.
That provision said that a state may prohibit abortions motivated solely by race, sex or disability.
They are expressing no view on the merits of this case.
But the justices also allowed a part of an Indiana law to go into effect that requires that fetal tissue be buried or cremated.
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