The failure to end Texas’s blatant denial of the constitutional right to abortion gives other states the green light to set copycat laws into motion.
With one of the most extreme abortion bans this country has ever seen now in effect, politicians, neighbors, and even complete strangers can sue anyone who helps a person access an abortion in Texas after six weeks. This is a full-scale assault on abortion access.
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To block this unconstitutional law, Texas abortion providers led by Whole Woman’s Health along with several abortion funds, practical support networks, doctors, health center staff, and clergy members have filed a lawsuit.
Texas Medicaid patients are suffering the consequences of a dangerous political game. Here’s what happened.
It’s an extremely dangerous precedent that other states could follow.
The impact of this scheme is DEVASTATING for Texas women.
Republican-led state legislatures are sending harmful, anti-women legislation to governors’ desks.
Because being 48th in the U.S. for women’s health outcomes isn't bad enough.
Anti-abortion politicians in Texas dismantled reproductive health care access — and women paid the price. Now, the Trump administration could green-light this failed program.