Posted on · Attorney General Merrick Garland called the Texas law a "statutory scheme" that violates Supreme Court precedent.
Posted on · The law allows private citizens to sue anyone who performs or helps someone get an abortion after roughly six weeks. If successful, the plaintiff could be awarded at least $10,000.
Posted on · TPR’s Bonnie Petrie spoke with Makayla Montoya Frazier, founder of the Buckle Bunnies Fund, a group that helps fund abortions in Texas, about how this new law is impacting her work.
Posted on · Providers in Texas say they're worried abortion seekers having to travel far to access the procedure, and how those costs can add up.
Posted on · Unlike other abortion restrictions, the state is not enforcing this ban. Instead it is up to private citizens to sue.