"I don't want to die there in office, there are a lot of considerations," said the associate justice during an interview on CNN.
He described seeing three teens die from illegal abortions in 1972, a year before Roe v. Wade.
Texas' new abortion law has already come up in hiring talks, one tech company founder told Newsweek. Some will pay for out-of-state abortions.
"Since S.B. 8 took effect on September 1, exactly what we feared would happen has come to pass," said Melaney Linton, president of Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast.
Some anti-abortion advocates are worried that the new Texas law will cause a "backlash" against the movement.
In the state of Texas, most preborn children are now protected from the horrific violence of abortion.
Progressive and women's groups opposing the law face a challenge: How to actively oppose it without breaking the law and becoming a target of lawsuits.
"That sense of security we once had in our nation has been ripped apart," New York Governor Kathy Hochul said.
"Our web traffic went from an average of about 500 hits a day to more than 25K/day in the days following implementation of SB8," said Plan C co-founder Elisa Wells.
States, cities and businesses are attempting to woo employees away from the Lone Star State in the wake of its controversial new laws.
Texas' new abortion law is being highlighted by the governor and other Democrats as evidence of what a Republican governor could do in California.
"We will exhaust the investigational resources of bounty hunters, their snitch sites, and online gathering spaces," the hacker group said in an online video.
Some social media commenters have suggested that courts should require mandatory vasectomies for men who impregnate abortion-seeking women.
"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.
Mexico's Supreme Court decided Tuesday that individuals seeking abortions cannot legally be punished.
The tax-exempt, nontheistic religious group believes that "one's body is inviolable, subject to one's own will alone," according to its website.
"His comments disregarded the values of our whole team, our partners and much of our broader community," the company wrote.
U.S. AG Merrick Garland is beefing up efforts to protect women seeking abortions and other reproductive health services in the wake of a new Texas abortion law.
The former president dodged when asked whether he agrees with the Supreme Court ruling, saying it's "complex and also probably temporary."
The criticism from Bishop Donald Hying comes after the president, a Catholic, said that he doesn't believe that life begins at the moment of conception.
"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.
The anti-abortion website violated the web hosting terms of service because it asked people to share strangers' personal medical details.
Under the new Texas Restricted Abortion Act, rideshare drivers could face $10,000 fines for transporting women to abortion clinics.
Texas has introduced a law banning abortions after the sixth week of pregnancy, based on the idea of the so-called "fetal heartbeat."
President Biden is wrong: The Supreme Court lacks the "supreme authority to ensure justice could be fairly sought."