March 29, 2016
Abortion mandate cases teeter on edge of 4-4 ruling
"So that would leave in place all seven decisions that the court was reviewing,” he says. "And all seven of those cases, unfortunately, were losses for religious organizations that cannot comply with the mandate in a manner consistent with their religious conscience."
According to Baylor, it's also possible that the eight remaining justices could decide to do nothing for now. "Their second option would be to not issue any kind of decision at all and set the case for re-argument at a time when there are nine justices on the court," he says.
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