Study: Supreme Court Could Impact Abortion Access In Texas & 14 Other StatesMore than 15 states, including Texas, could see abortion access "profoundly" reduced if the Supreme Court allows the regulation at the center of June Medical Services v. Russo to be implemented.
Abortions In Texas Resume After Governor Abbott's Coronavirus-Related Order Had Effectively Banned ThemAs of Wednesday, abortions in Texas can resume following a legal battle over a governor's order that was interpreted as restricting the procedure to preserve PPE during the coronavirus pandemic.
Setback For Texas Pro-Life Groups After Appeals Court Allows Medication Abortions During PandemicA federal appeals court panel ruled that medication abortions, pills taken to terminate a pregnancy, can be provided in Texas during the coronavirus pandemic.
Whiplash For Abortion Clinics In Texas As COVID-19-Related Cases Bounce From Court To Court
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Expects Abortion Ban Will Reach Supreme CourtTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton said he's committed to defending the state's near-total ban on abortion all the way to the Supreme Court.
Study: Coronavirus Bans In Texas Now Have Abortion Patients Traveling 20 Times FartherThe average patient seeking an abortion in Texas must now travel more than 20 times farther than usual because of the state's temporary ban on the procedure.
AG Paxton Files Brief Enforcing Governor’s Executive Order, Says Some Clinics Still Providing AbortionsDespite an executive order postponing any unnecessary medical procedures, including abortions, the office of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says some clinics are still providing them.
Texas Order To Stop All Non-Essential Surgeries Sparks New Abortion FightOrders by Texas Governor Greg Abbott to stop all non-essential surgeries in the state during the coronavirus pandemic has unleashed a new battle over access to abortions.
Divided Justices Look To Texas As Supreme Court Decides 1st Big Abortion Case Of Trump EraA Texas law that required abortion-clinic doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals is again having an impact on the decision making process of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Texas: Evangelical Women's Health Group Owes State $1.5MAn Associated Press investigation found that the group came nowhere close to serving 50,000 women, as it had promised.
When It Comes To Access, Texas Shows Possible Future If Abortion Bans Take EffectFaced with drives of four hours or more to Fort Worth, Dallas, El Paso or out-of-state clinics, many women traveling from West Texas need at least two days to obtain an abortion.
North Texas Town Backs Away From Measure To Be 'Sanctuary City For Unborn'A North Texas city that planned to turn itself into a sanctuary for the unborn is walking back those plans.
Rifts Widen In Arguments Over State Abortion Laws And Rape And IncestEven as the anti-abortion movement celebrates the sweeping bans passed in several states, it's divided by a widening rift over whether those prohibitions should apply to victims of rape and incest.
Texas Legislators Considered Making Abortion A Death Penalty CrimeTexas lawmakers considered a bill that would allow a woman who undergoes an abortion procedure to possibly be charged with capital murder.
Texas Picks Up Anti-Abortion Efforts Blocked In US SenateRepublican state Sen. Lois Kolkhorst said Thursday that "where D.C. is unclear, we're going to be very clear here in Texas."