Articles tagged as Mississippi

  • “Waiting for Dobbs” — Hadley Arkes in The Catholic Thing

    by James Wilson Institute on February 9, 2022
    Professor Arkes anticipates what might happen if the Supreme Court seeks to take “the low door under the whole” in the Dobbs case—sustaining the law in Mississippi while affecting not to overrule Roe v. Wade. Some excerpts: “The odds are that the statute in Mississippi will be sustained by a Court now containing Amy Coney […]
  • Revisiting ‘Roe’: Prof. Gerry Bradley in the National Catholic Register

    by James Wilson Institute on June 3, 2021
    In an article titled “Revisiting ‘Roe’: Why the Supreme Court Decision on Mississippi Case Will Likely Ditch Viability” for the National Catholic Register, JWI Senior Scholar and Trustee Gerry Bradley predicts the approach of certain Justices of the Supreme Court thought to be pro-life after the announcement of that the Court would hear Dobbs v. […]
  • The Court Sets Off Tremors – Again: Hadley Arkes in The Catholic Thing

    by James Wilson Institute on June 2, 2021
    In his column for The Catholic Thing, JWI Founder and Director Prof. Hadley Arkes comments on the Supreme Court decision to hear Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a case about a Mississippi law that bans abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. Prof. Arkes speaks to the motivations behind the outrage from the pro-choice side […]