Abortion is one of the most divisive issues of the modern era, and the courts are still fighting over how to address it.
The stakes are high, especially in the U.S., where the number of abortions has risen steadily in recent years, and where abortion rights activists have been pressing the courts to rule on the issue.
But the Supreme Court is not expected to hear an abortion case until 2020.
In fact, the court has not ruled on abortion for almost a decade.
The court’s first abortion case was decided in 2005, and since then, there have been no more abortion cases heard by the court.
In the meantime, the courts have struggled to get the answer they want on this controversial issue.
They have heard only a few cases on abortion.
And the vast majority of them involve women seeking to terminate pregnancies.
A recent court decision on a Texas abortion case, for example, found that abortion was protected by the Fourteenth Amendment, the amendment that says that the U