A statement on the website read "Texas: Taking voices from women to promote theocratic erosion of church/state barriers" during the hack.
In a 2-1 ruling Wednesday, Indiana was allowed to continue enforcing laws restricting abortion consultations and procedures.
"This law does not demonstrate concern for the health, safety, and well-being of those who may become pregnant," said a statement from Mayor Ted Wheeler's office.
"Let's make something very clear. Rape is a crime," the governor said Tuesday.
The high court's Wednesday ruling "was only on if the plaintiffs had standing," the Louisiana Republican said Sunday.
Barbara Comstock said that she believes the courts will ultimately overturn the Texas law "fairly quickly."
President Biden is wrong: The Supreme Court lacks the "supreme authority to ensure justice could be fairly sought."
The new average one-way driving distance to an abortion clinic would be 20 times the distance Texans previously traveled for an abortion after six weeks.
The law bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected and allows citizens to sue anyone who aids someone else in getting an abortion.
Baker called the law unconstitutional because it would ban nearly all abortions before a fetus is considered viable outside of the mother's womb.
A panel of federal appeals judges in St. Louis ruled that Missouri cannot enforce the law banning abortions at eight weeks. Yamelsie Rodríguez, president and CEO of Reproductive Services of Planned Parenthood for the St. Louis Region, said the decision was a "critical victory for Missourians."
As someone born and raised in Texas, it is disheartening to see how little its government values the right of people like me to exercise our bodily autonomy.
A nominally conservative Court is set to decide the fate of the legal conservative movement itself.
The law bans abortions before many women even know they are pregnant, but with a unique provision that essentially leaves enforcement to private citizens through lawsuits against doctors or anyone who helps a woman get an abortion.
The Biden administration is working to reverse a Trump-era family policy directive that caused Planned Parenthood to leave the federal family planning program, a move that officials believe may have resulted in an estimated 180,000 unplanned pregnancies.
Activists expressed their fury at a top court decision to tighten already strict abortion laws in the predominantly Catholic nation.
During the coronavirus pandemic, governors and state health officials across the U.S., have been deciding whether abortions are considered elective procedures.
State Rep. Rolanda Hollis says her legislation aims to "neutralize" the strict abortion ban bill intorduced in state last year.
State Senator Kerry Roberts made the suggestion to "save America" while discussing a recent abortion ruling.
Manslaughter charges have been dropped against Marshae Jones, the Alabama woman charged in death of her unborn fetus after being shot in the stomach
Many said he's clearly on the "right" side of history.
Mike Parson, Missouri's governor, is expected to sign the bill, having tweeted before the vote: "It's time to make Missouri the most Pro-Life state in the country!"
"Abortion bans aren't just about controlling women's bodies. They're about controlling women's sexuality. Owning women," said Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Rep. John Rogers condemned by conservatives over comments he made while voicing disapproval at state's abortion ban bill.
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