Even if every person who needed it could obtain contraception, it wouldn’t completely eliminate the need for abortion.
Abortion funds support people’s overall right to or not to parent and be safe and secure in their own decision-making.
The decision to send the case to the Texas Supreme Court will keep the law in place as the appeals process continues.
Many people who can become pregnant are already living in a post-“Roe” world.
Last week, the Fifth Circuit agreed to hear arguments from Texas that would remand the case to the state court system.
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One judge on the court dissented with the decision, calling it an “impermissible delay” to the Supreme Court’s orders.
Reproductive rights advocates have praised the decision, but federal and state restrictions on the medication persist.
The abortion statute in the state hasn’t been enforced since “Roe v. Wade” was decided 48 years ago.