Vice President Pence on Tuesday applauded the Supreme Court for upholding an Indiana law on the disposal of fetal remains that he signed in 2014 and said he’s “hopeful” the court will in the future rule in favor of abortion restrictions.
Pence tweeted he was “proud” to have signed the law requiring that fetal remains be buried or cremated after abortions, calling the ruling that upheld the law “a victory for life.”
“Today, Justice Thomas wrote: SCOTUS has been zealous in the past in barring discrimination based on sex, race, & disability,” Pence tweeted. “Hopeful someday soon SCOTUS will recognize the same protections for the unborn when they rule on future appeals of pro-life legislation.”
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