The Georgia representative released a video explaining the action she wants taken against Jane's Revenge and Ruth Sent Us.
"We hold that acting President Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. was not legitimately elected by the people of the United States," says a resolution acted on by Texas Republicans.
"It's not that we're unprepared," abortion-rights advocate Steph Black told Newsweek. "The surprise...has been more about how soon the fall of Roe is coming."
Texas Republicans are looking to prevent residents from leaving the state to get an abortion and to prevent funds from providing monetary aid for such travel.
November might seem a long way off, but the Republicans have already laid out what's at stake in these midterm elections.
"If Roe falls, there will be no end to what inhospitable states will do to curb abortion access," NYU School of Law Professor Melissa Murray told Newsweek.
The battle to preserve access to abortion is increasingly moving online as advocates look to the provision of abortion pills.
The Texas law bans abortions at the point of the "first detectable heartbeat" and does not make exceptions for rape or incest.
"The health care providers who violated HIPAA regarding Lizelle Herrera's care need to be brought to justice," one doctor wrote.
Lizelle Herrera was arrested in Texas on Thursday after a hospital reported her for potentially violating the state's abortion laws.
"Your letters falsely accuse our clients of engaging in criminal acts by funding abortions in any situation in which the mother's life is not in danger."
The Oklahoma House has voted to ban all abortions unless it is required "to save the life of the mother."
The company will provide "travel benefits to facilitate access to adequate resources" due to "changes in reproductive health care laws in certain states."
The court ruled Friday that abortion providers cannot sue state officials or agencies to overturn the law because they do not enforce it, private citizens do.
A new study by JAMA Network Open claims that there is some causation between the bill's enactment and the increase in pill requests.
The legislation would allow people to sue gun companies the way Texans can now sue abortion providers.
Nearly 2,200 were performed in September of 2021, a sharp drop from the 4,200 to 5,600 performed per month in the first eight months of the year.
"It cannot be business as usual in Texas until women are equal," the Women's March Foundation stated.
Pepsi denies the claim, saying $15,000 was sent in 2020, but the check was not cashed until August 2021 and therefore only disclosed in the Texas Ethics Commission's filings last week.
"The landscape of abortion provision is simply not going to be able to absorb all the people," Dr. Bhavik Kumar warned Newsweek about overturning Roe v. Wade.
Noem's proposal joins other anti-abortion measures recently enacted in South Dakota, including an executive order blocking telemedicine abortions.
The 5th U.S. Court of Appeals must decide whether to send a more limited challenge to the Texas Supreme Court or to a federal judge in Austin.
States are making plans to uphold abortion rights, ban them or limit them should the Supreme Court decide next year to leave the issue to the states again.
The Supreme Court sent a case regarding Texas' abortion law to a federal appeals court that has previously allowed the law to remain in place twice.
Biden's commission didn't recommend adding new seats to the court, but even if he wanted to, it wouldn't be easy.
Women in Texas most commonly terminate their pregnancies by receiving medical abortions, according to state data.
The court also blocked a legal challenge from the Biden administration requesting that the justices block enforcement of the law.
Being denied an abortion or unable to access abortion care has long-term consequences for health and economic outcomes.
SCOTUS heard the two cases filed against Texas' controversial abortion law on November 1.
The two conservative justices raised questions about Texas' abortion ban during opening arguments.