Here is a link to a LifeNews story on the Court’s decision to grant review in Cameron v. EMW Women’s Surgical Center.
This case involves a Kentucky statute banning dismemberment abortions. The State of Kentucky initially defended the constitutionality of the law but abandoned its defense after a federal court of appeals invalidated the law.
Daniel Cameron, Kentucky’s attorney general, then asked to intervene to defend the law but the federal court of appeals rejected that request. The Supreme Court agreed to hear Cameron’s request to address the intervention issue. The Court didn’t agree to review the constitutionality of the statute.