One word dominated the backlash to Wednesday’s opinion from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit allowing Georgia’s abortion ban to take immediate effect.

“The court used a derogatory term throughout the opinion—not just once or twice,” said Andrea Young, attorney and executive director for the ACLU of Georgia, which represents those challenging the ban. “I found it to be really shocking and unprofessional.”

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