After abortion, conservative judges target other precedents.

The U.S. Supreme Court's conservative majority has proved in recent cases that it is fearless when it comes to reversing past precedents.

The conservative justices' current term ended Thursday, but they may be just getting started.

Another litigation in the future term will challenge federal waterway safeguards.

The court recently reversed or damaged decades-old precedents.

"Conservative justices detest much current American law and are rewriting it. They won't follow precedent "Douglas Laycock of UVA remarked.

The conservative justices have been more outspoken after Amy Coney Barrett's 2020 appointment.