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The Federal Court System consists of 3 levels of courts: the Supreme Courts, the courts of appeal, and the ____ courts
district (94 currently)
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the federal court system
special federal courts, US supreme court, US court of appeals, us district courts
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”The life of an unborn child certainly outweighs any possible infringement of personal liberty experienced by a pregnant woman, who had the responsibility for getting pregnant in the first place. In fact, the Constitution says nothing about a fundamental right to privacy, and certainly does not say anything about the right of a woman to kill her fetus. Thus the states, not the federal government, possess the power to restrict abortion as much as they want to; any attempt to regulate abortion through the federal court system subverts the sovereignty of the states and the democratic process.”
(Bodenner) Topic: Right to Life
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