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The Mississippi Supreme Court on Thursday cleared the way for an amendment to the state constitution granting "personhood" to fetuses to go to voters in November though the court did not render a position on the measure's constitutionality, should it pass.
"Our law provides that this court cannot interfere with the legislative act of the people, just as this court cannot interfere with the attempt of the Legislature to pass a law," Associate Justice Randy G. Pierce said in the 7-2 majority opinion.