Abortions up to six weeks of pregnancy can temporarily resume in Texas, judge rules

A ban in effect before Roe v. Wade cannot be used, as threatened last week by Attorney General Ken Paxton, according to a judge’s ruling Tuesday. However, the stopgap measure will, at most, extend abortion access in the state for two months.

By Ariana Perez-Castells, Eleanor Klibanoff and Erin Douglas, The Texas Tribune
Posted 6/28/22

Abortions up to about six weeks in pregnancy can resume at some clinics in Texas for now after a Harris County District Court judge granted a temporary restraining order that blocks an abortion ban …

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