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To reinstate full access to abortion pills, the Justice Department will petition the Supreme Court

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To reinstate full access to abortion pills, the Justice Department will petition the Supreme Court. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans has suspended a portion of U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk’s order from last Friday, which had suspended the drug’s FDA approval while he heard a lawsuit from pro-life organizations seeking to outlaw it. The abortion drug mifepristone will continue to be sold, but starting on Saturday morning, access will be severely constrained.

Merrick Garland, the attorney general, declared that he will ask the Supreme Court to halt restrictions on abortion pills. The abortion situation in the country could change if a Texas federal judge’s decision is upheld.

In May 2021, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed into law Senate Bill 8 (SB 8), which prohibits abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, usually around six weeks of pregnancy. The law also allows individuals to sue abortion providers, as well as anyone who aids or abets an abortion after six weeks, with a minimum of $10,000 in damages.

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On September 1, 2021, the law went into effect, making Texas the first state in the US to implement a six-week abortion ban. The law faced legal challenges, and on October 6, 2021, the US Supreme Court allowed the law to remain in effect while legal challenges proceed.

The decision was controversial and led to protests from both sides of the abortion debate. Supporters of the law argue that it protects the rights of the unborn, while opponents argue that it infringes on the rights of women and makes it difficult for them to access safe and legal abortions. The issue remains a highly debated and controversial topic in the US.

On January 12, 2021, a US appeals court ruled that patients seeking medication abortions must be allowed to receive the medication by mail or delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic. This decision preserved a lower court’s ruling that the FDA must suspend its in-person dispensing requirement for the abortion pill, mifepristone, during the pandemic.

The medication, which is used to terminate early pregnancies, can be dispensed through telemedicine and mail delivery, and many medical professionals argue that it is safe and effective. However, the FDA requires that the medication be dispensed in-person at a medical facility, which can be difficult and risky for patients during the pandemic.

The court’s decision was praised by abortion rights advocates, who argued that the in-person dispensing requirement posed a significant barrier to abortion access, particularly for people living in rural areas or those who cannot afford to take time off work or arrange for childcare. However, opponents of abortion rights criticized the decision, arguing that it was dangerous and put women’s health at risk.

It is important to note that this decision only applies to medication abortions and only during the COVID-19 pandemic. The legal status of abortion access and the abortion pill remain ongoing topics of debate and controversy in the US.

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