The SCOTUS or as they are better known, the Supreme Court of the United States is the highest federal court in the United States. It was established in 1789 and has the highest jurisdiction over all the other federal courts and state court cases in issues involving federal law. It also has original jurisdiction over another small set of cases. In the United States, it is considered to be the final adjudicator on the federal constitutional law although it is only allowed to act within the context of the case in which it is allowed jurisdiction. In June 2016, the Supreme Court handed down a ruling that struck down a Texas law that would essentially put term limits on abortion. Many persons including the presumptive Democratic nominee for the president Hillary Clinton called this move a victory for women across America. This book will review many of the issues surrounding this landmark decision by the Supreme Court.