A longtime pregnancy center is taking its counseling services to the streets of Dallas. Next week, as part of their new “Save the Storks” program, the Downtown Pregnancy Center is launching a bus campaign.
Universal Press Syndicate will offer replacement Doonesbury strips next week for newspapers that don’t want to run a series focused on a Texas law requiring women to have an ultrasound before getting an abortion.
A federal appeals court has denied a request to reconsider a lawsuit challenging a Texas law that requires doctors to perform a sonogram before an abortion.
A federal judge in Austin said Monday that he couldn’t block a Texas law requiring women to have a sonogram before having an abortion any longer because an appeals court had ordered it to take effect.
A constitutional fight over a Texas law requiring a woman to have a sonogram before getting an abortion is back in federal court.
A federal appeals court cleared the way Friday for the immediate enforcement of a new abortion law in Texas requiring doctors to conduct a sonogram before the procedure.
The court may have ruled that Texas should be allowed to enforce a new abortion law, but that doesn’t mean the law will be enforced anytime soon.
A Texas abortion law that requires doctors to show sonograms to patients can be enforced while opponents challenge the measure in court.
A court is reviewing a judge’s decision to temporarily block Texas from enforcing a law requiring doctors to show sonograms to abortion patients.
The law forces women to have a sonogram and hear a description of the fetus before an abortion can be performed.
A new law aimed at reducing the number of abortions in Texas is set to go into effect this fall, even though some of the toughest provisions of the measure will likely be tied up in litigation for months.
A federal judge will hear arguments Wednesday on whether to stop Texas from enforcing a new law requiring doctors to conduct a sonogram before performing an abortion.