This case challenges the City of Pittsburgh’s bubble zone ordinance around abortion facilities. The brief argues that SCOTUS should take the case because the Third Circuit’s actions conflict with established principles of federalism and the sole authority of States to make and construe their own laws. It also emphasizes that the Third Circuit’s decision exacerbates a split between seven circuits that honor these principles of federalism—the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Tenth, and Eleventh—and three circuits that do not—the First, Third, and Ninth.

Read a copy of the amicus here.