Nine months after the U.S. Supreme Court ended a nationwide right to an abortion, the landscape is far from settled, with lawmakers considering broader bans or stronger protections and legal challenges popping up nationwide.
It’s been a hectic week for abortion policy with Republican-dominated states seeking to tighten restrictions, Democratic lawmakers trying to protect abortion access — and court fights playing out on multiple fronts.
Here’s what’s happening:
WHAT’S THE STATUS OF ABORTION PILLS?
This question lies at the heart of the most closely watched current abortion-related lawsuit.
A combination of two drugs is the nation’s most common method for ending pregnancies.
But Alliance Defending
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