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The Friday night ruling stopped a three-day-old order by a Houston judge who said clinics could resume abortions up to six weeks into pregnancy. The following day, the American Civil Liberties Union said it doubted that any abortions were now…
By Acacia Coronado, Associated Press/Report for America, Ed White, Associated Press
In our news wrap Saturday, the district police chief for Uvalde schools has resigned from his position on the City Council amid a growing outcry, Texas' top court ruled against a temporary four-day window to abortion access, New York reimposed…
By PBS NewsHour Weekend
In our news wrap Friday, the world marked two years since COVID-19 was officially declared a pandemic, the Texas Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the nation's toughest abortion law, arrests of migrants inside the U.S. have fallen sharply in…
By PBS NewsHour
Texas abortion providers say their best hope of stopping the nation's most restrictive abortion law is all but over. It comes after the Texas Supreme Court on Friday ended what little path forward clinics had under a federal lawsuit to…
By Paul J. Weber, Jamie Stengle, Associated Press
By María Verza, Associated Press
In September, Mexico's Supreme Court issued a decision that effectively decriminalized abortion in the heavily Catholic nation. That same month, the most restrictive abortion law in the United States went into effect in Texas.
In our news wrap Tuesday, a congressional committee subpoenaed former Trump adviser Rudy Giuliani in the Jan. 6 investigation. A federal judge approved a debt restructuring plan that ends Puerto Rico's struggle to emerge from bankruptcy. Warnings flew back and…
By Wilson Ring, Associated Press
An expected decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in the coming year to severely restrict abortion rights or overturn Roe v. Wade entirely is setting off a renewed round of abortion battles in state legislatures across the U.S.
By Roby Chavez
The possibility of an imminent Supreme Court decision allowing states to further restrict access has pushed the wait for people seeking abortions in Louisiana to several weeks.
By John Yang, Matt Loffman
Abortion has been front-and-center at the Supreme Court this term. The justices on Friday issued their opinion on a controversial Texas law, allowing abortion providers to continue challenging the measure in lower courts, but leaving the law in place for…
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