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the US Supreme Court on Tuesday sent a mixed message on abortion the justices rejected a bid to reinstate an Indiana law banning abortions in some cases but up held the state's requirement that feel remains be buried or cremated the twenty sixteen Republican backed law signed by then Indiana governor Mike pence banned women from seeking abortions if that decision to terminate the pregnancy was based on a diagnosis or potential diagnosis of fetal abnormalities such as down syndrome or because of the race sex or color of the fetus , abortion rights groups and women's health providers objective and US seven circuit court of appeals struck down that damn saying it violated the supreme court's nineteen seventy three roe versus Wade ruling that established a constitutional right for women to seek abortion the Supreme Court Tuesday it left the seven circuit's opinion in place but it did up hold another part of the Indiana law that fetal remains be afforded the same dignity as deceased humans , court noted in its ruling that the laws challengers did not allege that part of the law implicated a woman's right to terminate a pregnancy , a slew of new abortion restrictions from Republican dominated state or such to land before the Supreme Court anti abortion activists are energized by the appointment of two new conservative justices to the bench many see a chance to overturn what lease chip away at roe versus Wade which established a woman's right to choose more than forty five years ago