Abortions can resume in Texas after judge temporarily blocks pre-Roe v. Wade ban

Experts said the ruling is only likely to extend the availability of abortions in the state by another two months.

By Sanford Nowlin

Texas clinics can resume performing abortions up to about six weeks into pregnancy after a district judge issued an order Tuesday temporarily blocking the state from enforcing its pre-Roe v. Wade ban on the procedure, according to the Texas Tribune. Abortion providers sued in state district court in Houston to stop Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton from enforcing an old abortion ban before a so-called "trigger law" barring most abortions in the state can go into effect...

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