In what is sure to be a continual and controversial issue for the Supreme Court of Texas, the high court issued its second opinion in as many months on the judicial bypass provision of the parental abortion notification statute.

In a March 7 majority opinion by Justice Craig Enoch, the high court vacated and remanded a case in which a minor had been denied a judicial bypass, which would have allowed her to get an abortion without notifying her parents of her intent. The lower court had denied the request that she not notify parents.

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