Fighting Texas abortion law could be tough for federal gov’t

Fighting Texas abortion law could be tough for federal gov’t

Fighting Texas abortion law could be tough for federal gov’t

A federal court fight over a new Texas law that aims to prevent abortions could be difficult for the government, which would have to show women’s health is in jeopardy if courts block provisions of the restrictive abortion measure before it takes effect.

A federal court fight over a new Texas law that aims to prevent abortions could be difficult for the government, which would have to show women’s health is in jeopardy if courts block provisions of this restrictive abortion measure before it takes effect.

The latest abortion law in Texas could be a tough one for the federal government to overturn. The new regulations would require all abortions and procedures after miscarriages or non-viable pregnancies, such as ectopic pregnanciesto take place within ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs). If not performed there, they will no longer be legal inside of Texas hospitals.

The newest restrictions on abortions coming out of South Carolina is sure to make life difficult for women who seek this type medical help without traveling far from home; specifically those living near the border with Mexico where many clinics have been forced closed due to other laws restricting assistance. This provision also includes requiring an ultrasound at least 24 hours before having an abortion done – even if it must occur outside

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