medical abortion

The abortion medicine remains available nationwide under current FDA regulations.
The medication abortion drug will be accessible under tighter rules after the court narrowed a Texas judge’s ruling last week.
The ruling from a Texas judge will go into effect in seven days, giving time for the Biden administration to appeal.
Justyna Wydrzyńska, whose case has been closely followed by human rights groups, has been sentenced her to eight months of community service.
More than a dozen Democratic governors urged seven major U.S. pharmacies not to bow to political pressure on medication abortion.
The battle over abortion drugs has only grown more heated in a post-Roe America.
Legislation from Sens. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Tina Smith (D-Minn.) aims to codify the FDA’s superseding authority over state law regarding abortion bans.
Anti-abortion lawmakers are hopeful that one of their bills will be the vehicle used to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The court called for a lower-court judge to take a new look at the issue and rule within 40 days.
Twenty years after medication abortion was approved in the U.S., patients are still jumping through hoops to access it.