Private citizens are now able to sue an individual who "aids or abets" a woman in getting an illegal abortion.
The new Texas law bans providers from terminating pregnancies once a fetal heartbeat is detected.
The court's order said the decision was "not based on any conclusion about the constitutionality" of the law.
"The court unilaterally declared abortion 'a fundamental right' under the Iowa Constitution, undermining the state's immense interest in protecting children and mothers," said Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Counsel Elissa Graves.
"We're excited, and we really do think that the heartbeat bill strategy is working," said Blaine Conzatti, president of the Idaho Family Policy Center.
The Texas law bans abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy and awards private citizens $10,000 if they successfully sue a provider.
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.
"This extreme Texas law blatantly violates the constitutional right established under Roe v. Wade," President Biden said in a statement.
Senator Elizabeth Warren wrote: "The Texas abortion ban is an unconstitutional attack on reproductive rights."
Bill approved Monday in the Texas legislature would prevent providers from giving abortion pills to patients more than seven weeks pregnant.
Texas governor Greg Abbott signed the bill back in May, and it has not been blocked by the U.S. Supreme Court.
A new law that prohibits abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected took effect in Texas on September 1.
The new Texas abortion law uniquely incentivizes private citizens—not government officials such as prosecutors and health departments—to enforce the ban.
Critics of the new law that took effect at midnight say it effectively bans abortion in the state of Texas.
Newsom and his pro-abortion allies are asking voters to rally around California's governor-led policy of taxpayer-funded abortion on demand.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson previously signed a bill introducing strict new abortion laws in the state.
Women seeking an abortion will no longer be told that "objective scientific information shows that a fetus can feel pain at 20 weeks of postfertilization age."
"You'll twist my words however it feels fitting to spew hate," tweeted the 24-year-old Olympian.
Democrats in Congress have opened the door to begin funding overseas abortion for the first time in half a century.
The brief asks the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the landmark decision to legalize abortion and allow states to decide how to regulate the practice.
For the first time in 40 years, the House Labor and Health and Human Services Subcommittee approved a spending bill that doesn't include the Hyde Amendment.
The medical community's safety concerns end when it comes to pills that cause abortion.
A Planned Parenthood lawsuit caused a South Carolina abortion law to be blocked.
Under a new Texas law, an individual who successfully sues an abortion provider or anyone who "aids or abets" an abortion can collect a minimum of $10,000.