• April 15, 2021

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Texas May Face Lawsuit Over New Abortion Regulations

AUSTIN, Texas – Recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings have struck down several anti-abortion restrictions, but advocates for women’s reproductive rights say some states, including Texas, still have onerous regulations on the books. Last week, lawsuits were filed in Alaska, Missouri and North Carolina challenging laws that impose abortion restrictions. And Texas may soon be on […]Read More

Research: Texas Law Closes Clinics, Restricts Abortions

AUSTIN, Texas – New research shows restrictions placed on Texas clinics that perform abortions are causing significant barriers and hardships for women seeking those services. A study by the Texas Policy Evaluation Project says more than half of the clinics that provided abortion services in Texas have closed since House Bill 2 went into effect […]Read More

Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Abortion Restrictions

WASHINGTON — During oral arguments Wednesday in a case challenging the constitutionality of Texas’ abortion restrictions, U.S. Supreme Court justices found little on which to agree as they dissected the state law that could leave Texas with as few as 10 clinics. Conservative justices questioned the role restrictions passed as House Bill 2 in 2013 […]Read More