Webster v. Reproductive Health Services (5-4).

The Court upholds a Missouri ban on using public employees and facilities (hospitals and clinics) for abortions except to save a woman's life, as well as a requirement that physicians test for viability at 20 weeks' gestational age or more. In his dissent, Justice Blackmun writes, "For today, the women of this nation still retain the liberty to control their destinies. But the signs are evident and very ominous, and a chill wind blows." For the first time, only a minority of four Justices vote to uphold Roe in its entirety.