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SCOTUS' Decision on Abortion Could Open the Door to Overturn Other Major Rulings

Some say interracial marriage, contraception and civil rights rulings could be attacked

The Supreme Court's opinion overturning Roe v. Wade on Friday could open the door for courts to overturn same-sex marriage, contraception and other rights.

It's already set off a debate among justices over whether overturning Roe puts those precedents in danger.

The majority opinion from Justice Samuel Alito attempted to wall off its holding in Friday's abortion case from those other rulings, but Justice Clarence Thomas wrote separately to call explicitly for those other rulings to be revisited.

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