The Supreme Court on Monday halted key portions of Texas's anti-abortion law from going into effect that would have shutdown all but nine abortion clinics in the state. The stay will remain in place while abortion rights advocates prepare to take their case seeking to overturn portions of the Texas law to the Supreme Court.
Abortion advocates 'on a high' with a long road ahead after supreme court win
The Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously struck down a Massachusetts law that restricted speech outside abortion facilities, a decision that abortion-rights advocates decried as a threat to patient safety at clinics nationwide. The court said the state law violated the First Amendment because its “buffer zone” limited speech too broadly, covering 35 feet from the doorway of facilities and including public areas like sidewalks.
This is horrible! This is an email going around in Texas suggesting that people volunteer to "pretend" to take women to abortion appointments & then to preach to them while they "DON'T" actually take them to the abortion clinics. Leaving them at a church & making sure they miss their appointments.
Everybody knows who is Ken Cuccinelli is. He’s “The Cooch”, one of the most anti-abortion state leaders in the entire country. As Virginia’s Attorney General, he stretched and twisted several loop holes to try to close the state’s abortion clinics. And now, his successor, current Attorney General Mark Herring just reversed all of that. He gave the all clear to the clinics, telling them they can worry no more.
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