Future of Adoption
The Future of Abortion Pills Is on the Line in a Texas court case which challenges the FDA’s approval of the abortion drug mifepristone in 2000 (brought by the same group which brought the case which struck down Roe v Wade last year)—and the Trump-appointed Judge’s decision in the case could come as early as this week: Fears mount around ‘catastrophic’ abortion pills case as decision nears. A court ban would be especially significant because medicated abortion now accounts for over half of U.S. abortions—492,210 of 930,160 abortions in 2020. According to the Guttmacher Institute, 10 US States Would Be Hit Especially Hard by a Nationwide Ban on Medication Abortion Using Mifepristone.
Here’s a shred of maybe-good news: Federal judge says constitutional right to abortion may still exist, despite Dobbs (Politico)