Planned Parenthood asked the Supreme Court Monday to place Texas’ new abortion restrictions on hold.
Planned Parenthood will close a dozen clinics on Friday after a federal appeals court reinstated most of the state’s controversial new abortion law.
A federal appeals court didn’t act on an emergency motion Tuesday that would’ve allowed some new abortion restrictions to take effect in Texas, the latest step in a lengthy battle activists on both sides predicted would end up before the U.S. Supreme Court.
A federal appeals court judge is considering whether to grant an emergency appeal that would allow the state to enforce a law that could shut down a dozen abortion clinics in Texas.
A federal court has ruled a key portion of the new abortion law set to take effect Tuesday is unconstitutional. A provision in the new law, passed by the state legislature, would have required doctors to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles.
A federal judge has ruled that new abortion restrictions passed by the Texas Legislature are unconstitutional and should not take effect as planned on Tuesday.
A federal judge is expected to rule on the constitutionality of a hotly debated Texas law imposing strict limits on abortion before the measure takes effect Tuesday.
A federal judge says he’ll rule on the legality of Texas’ strict new abortion law before it can take effect next week.
A federal judge is scheduled to hear final arguments over whether to stop Texas from enforcing new abortions restrictions.
Federal proceedings to determine the constitutionality of key portions of a sweeping new abortion law in Texas are entering their second and final day on Tuesday.
Planned Parenthood wants a judge to stop enforcement of the new abortion restrictions before they come into force Oct. 29.
Three new ambulatory surgical centers could open in major Texas cities this year, in compliance with the new state standards for clinics that provide abortions.