Experts have warned of a wave of expansive prosecutions that could target women for their pregnancy outcomes if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
"Protecting Americans' access to contraception is more important than ever," Senator Cory Booker said in a statement.
The court voted 5-3 to prohibit laws that restricted medication-induced abortions and require doctors who perform abortions to be board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology.
Brittney Poolaw, 21, was sentenced to four years in prison after being convicted in relation to a miscarriage she had in 2020.
Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron appealed to the Supreme Court to have a law restricting an abortion procedure unblocked that had been banned by two lower courts.
"I want to create a conversation about how easily we accept government intervening into the health decisions of women," Representative Chris Rabb said.
"My singular responsibility is to securing and maintaining the civil liberties of all those we employ during the course of a production," David Simon tweeted.
The businesses, which include technology, venture capital, retail and consulting firms, have a combined workforce of more than 322,000 employees.
"My girlfriend is a patient there and I'm going to bring the heat. If she kills my baby, I'm going to kill her," Carlos Manuel Rodriguez Brime allegedly said.
Barbara Comstock said that she believes the courts will ultimately overturn the Texas law "fairly quickly."
"I suggest that all women refuse to have sex with men until they are guaranteed the right to choose by Congress," the singer and actress tweeted.
Republicans across the country have expressed a desire to also try and pass measures mirroring the new Texas law making abortions almost entirely illegal.
"Every woman has the constitutional right to basic health care," the House speaker said.
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.
Critics of the new law that took effect at midnight say it effectively bans abortion in the state of Texas.
"Politicians should not get to interrogate people's reasons for seeking an abortion," said Emily Nestler, senior counsel at the Center for Reproductive Rights
"We must address and face our horrific history," said Lorena Garcia Zermeño, policy and communications coordinator for CLJR.
"Weaponizing any sort of holy worship for earthly political gain only drags the country's partisan divisions into the church," Rev. Nathan Empsall of Faithful America said.
Kazuo Yana told lawmakers in a meeting on Friday that LGBT people run counter to the basis of biology.
Lubbock officials voted down the "sanctuary city" ordinance last year over conflicts with state law and Supreme Court rulings. But residents vote for it, and Lubbock is now the 26th U.S. municipality to outlaw abortion procedures within city limits.
"We need to repent as a nation of the stuff that's being pushed through," Tony Perkins of the conservative Family Research Council said.
"The first thing we would like to see would be an executive order on day one, within the first 100 days, that demonstrates the administration's commitment to sexual and reproductive health care," Planned Parenthood's president told Newsweek.
The reproductive healthcare nonprofit shared a tweet from five years ago, where the senator referred to birth control as "abortion-inducing drugs," which he also did in Wednesday's Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
The Supreme Court's ruling also avoids making reproductive rights an even more contentious election season issue than it already is.
Georgia Congressman Doug Collins claimed Amazon is furthering an "anti-family" agenda by promoting Abrams' film about voter suppression.
Despite being a vocal advocate for birth control, Sanger also was involved in the eugenics movement.
Former Vice President Joe Biden's public stance on abortion rights has undergone a significant transformation.
At the March for Life, the president said that New York and Virginia laws permit abortion "all the way up until the moment of birth."
Ultimately, it would be up to states to "protect and expand reproductive freedom," if Roe v. Wade is overturned, the National Institute for Reproductive Health has said.