Sarah Weddington, Texas Lawyer Who Argued Roe V Wade, Dies At 76Sarah Weddington, a Texas lawyer who at 26-years-old successfully argued the landmark abortion rights case Roe v. Wade before the US Supreme Court, has died. She was 76.
FDA Says Abortion Pills Can Be Sent By Mail As Supreme Court And Appeals Courts Weighs CasesThe Food and Drug Administration is lifting a requirement that patients seeking medication abortion had to pick up the prescription in-person, instead allowing pills to be sent by mail.
Abortion Providers Disappointed, Pro-Life Group Pleased By US Supreme Court Ruling On Texas Heartbeat ActThe US Supreme Court ruled Friday that abortion providers can continue challenging the Texas Heartbeat Act, but allowed the controversial law to remain in effect.
US Supreme Court Won't Stop Restrictive Texas Abortion Law, But Says Clinics Can SueThe Supreme Court is allowing Texas' new restrictive abortion law to remain in effect, but ruled that abortion providers can sue over the state’s ban on most abortions.
State District Court Rules Abortion Law Unconstitutional, But Leaves 'Near-Total Ban' In PlaceA Texas judge has ruled the enforcement scheme behind the nation’s strictest abortion law is unconstitutional in a narrow ruling that still leaves a near-total ban on abortions in place.
Conflict Over Abortion Laws Won't Abate If Roe v. Wade FallsThe demise of Roe v. Wade would return abortion policymaking to states, continuing the battle over abortion access.
More Turning To Abortion Pills By Mail Amid COVID-19, State RestrictionsCOVID-19 and state abortion restrictions like the heartbeat bill in Texas have people with unwanted pregnancies increasingly considering getting abortion pills by mail.
US Supreme Court Questions How Controversial New Texas Abortion Law Is EnforcedThey did so during an oral argument involving two lawsuits against the State of Texas: one filed by abortion providers and the other by the U.S. Justice Department.
US Supreme Court Set To Hear Arguments Over Texas Law That Bans Most AbortionsThe United States Supreme Court is taking up challenges to a Texas law that has virtually brought abortions in the state -- after six weeks of pregnancy -- to a halt.
Speed Of Texas Abortion Cases Has Few High Court PrecedentsIn only a handful of cases has the Supreme Court moved as quickly as it is in the fight over the Texas law that bans most abortions.
Oklahoma Supreme Court Blocks 3 New Anti-Abortion LawsIn a 5-3 ruling on Monday, the court granted a temporary injunction that keeps the laws from taking effect.