The Supreme Court rejects another attempt by abortion providers to block Texas’ six-week abortion ban
The Supreme Court declined a request to hasten the appeals process for a lawsuit that could block Texas’ six-week abortion…
The Supreme Court declined a request to hasten the appeals process for a lawsuit that could block Texas’ six-week abortion ban. The decision means that the Texas abortion ban, known as Senate Bill 8, will stay in effect indefinitely.
Abortion providers were dealt another setback yesterday after the US Supreme Court rejected the latest attempt to block the six-week abortion ban in Texas.
Once again, the Supreme Court refused to speed up litigation over Texas’s six-week abortion ban. At this rate, the law is likely stay in place for several more months.
What people are saying?
Ash Lauren The first detection of cardiac activity in an embryo does not guarantee that the pregnancy will get to term, nor that the fully developed heart (which it is not at that time) will be healthy and functional.
Ricky G Smith Women who care about there right to choose should take notice, the Supreme Court is giving you an early look at their future decision regarding Roe vs Wade. The fact the Texas law wasn’t placed on hold says “the majority have already ruled”. 50 years of precedent gone!