Texas early abortion law: What ladies think about six-week fetus removal abortion Ban
Private citizens are also allowed to. Well, a new law has taken effect in Texas that will severely limit women’s.
even know they’re pregnant at that time, and the twist with this law. Oh by the way there’s no exception.
Pay them $10,000 plus court fees and attorney fees. So because of the way this law is designed, it’s much harder for example.
constitutional that it violates Roe versus Wade which is the landmark case here in the United States from the. or that some people might seek to end their own pregnancies,
without medical supervision so the opponents of the law were fighting it ever since it was passed or even proposed in the legislature passed in May.
They haven’t been successful at lower courts So earlier this week they applied to the Supreme Court here in Washington with an emergency application, the Supreme Court didn’t weigh in on it yesterday
which meant that the law went ahead and went into effect today, it’s possible the Supreme Court might step in to block it later if they want to, but the fact that they did nothing last night, meant that it went ahead, the.
Supreme Court is going to be hearing a similar case later in its term that’s coming from Mississippi so at some point it’s going to make a decision but as for this Texas law specifically as it stands now.
it’s gone into effect today and that means it’s one of the most restrictive laws in this country when it comes to abortion access.