Tag Archives: Abortion Pill

Justices Appear Unlikely To Rule Against Abortion Pill

Axios reports: The Supreme Court on Tuesday seemed unlikely to broadly restrict access to medication abortion in the court’s biggest abortion-related case since overturning Roe v. Wade two years ago. The justices heard oral arguments in a challenge to mifepristone — one of the drugs used in medication-induced abortions, which account for about two-thirds of all abortions. It wasn’t clear …

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LIVE AUDIO: Supreme Court Hears Abortion Pill Case

Politico reports: On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in one of the most closely watched cases of its current term: a challenge to the FDA’s rules for the abortion pill mifepristone. The plaintiffs — who want to overturn FDA decisions that increased access to mifepristone by, among other things, allowing it to be prescribed online and mailed …

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TODAY: Supreme Court Hears Abortion Pill Challenge

NBC News reports: The Supreme Court on Tuesday tackles whether to maintain widely available access to the abortion pill mifepristone as it weighs a high-stakes challenge to the Food and Drug Administration’s drug approval process. The court, which has a 6-3 conservative majority, hears oral arguments on the Biden administration’s appeal of lower court rulings that restricted access to the …

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Jesus Goes To Court In Anti-Abortion Pill Music Video

Via press release from Christian Newswire: The Moral Outcry National Petition Movement to make abortion illegal in all states has collaborated with Luminate Pictures’ new music video “Plead Their Case,” on YouTube and other music apps. The video illustrates a woman considering whether or not to take the chemical abortion drug protocol (mifepristone/misoprostol), while a U.S. Supreme Court justice labors …

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Supreme Court To Hear Case Against Abortion Pills

NPR reports: The U.S. Supreme Court reentered the abortion debate Wednesday, agreeing to review a lower court decision that would make mifepristone, the commonly used abortion pill, less accessible. The court’s action sets up a collision between the Food and Drug Administration’s 23-year study and supervision of the abortion pill, and the circumstances under which it can be prescribed. The …

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POLL: 66% Say Abortion Pill Should Remain Available

The Washington Post reports: Two-thirds of Americans say the abortion drug mifepristone, used in the majority of abortions in the United States, should remain on the market, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll. The poll finds that 66 percent of U.S. adults say mifepristone should remain on the market, while 24 percent say it should be taken off the …

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SCOTUS Temporarily Restores Access To Abortion Pill

The New York Times reports: Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. issued a temporary stay on Friday ensuring that a common abortion pill would remain widely available while the Supreme Court decides whether to grant a formal stay. The interim stay will expire at midnight on Wednesday. Such a stay is meant to preserve the status quo while the justices study …

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POLL: Majority Of Republicans Oppose Abortion Pill Ban

Mediaite reports: Republicans and Democrats “overwhelmingly” do not want the abortion drug mifepristone pulled from the market, but a federal judge in Texas is aiming to do just that some 23 years after it first received FDA approval. According to an IPSOS poll, 82% of Democrats and 53% of Republicans oppose the ruling. “Americans overwhelmingly do not want this abortion …

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