Texas Court Allows Woman To Get Abortion—Circumventing State Law Because Of Fetal Anomaly

Posted on AllSides December 7th, 2023
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A Texas judge granted a woman’s request to receive an abortion, despite Texas’ ban on the procedure, because of a medical complication that virtually guaranteed the fetus will not survive to birth or long afterward, ABC News reported—the first publicized instance of someone successfully suing for an emergency abortion since Roe v. Wade was originally decided in 1973. Kate Cox, 31, sued Texas on Tuesday, asking the court to allow her to have an emergency abortion despite the state’s ban after doctors told her “continuing the pregnancy puts her at...

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https://forbes.com/sites/willskipworth/2023/12/07/texas-court-allows-woman-to-get-abortion-circumventing-state-law-because-of-fetal-anomaly

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