Supreme Court Stays Silent As Texas Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect

A Texas law prohibiting most abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy went into effect on Wednesday after the Supreme Court failed to act on a request to block it, ushering in the most restrictive abortion law in the nation and prompting clinics in the state to turn away women seeking the procedure. The justices may still rule on the request, which is an early step in what is expected to be an extended legal battle over the law. In the meantime, though, access to abortion in Texas has become extremely limited, the latest example of a Republican-led state imposing new constraints on ending pregnancies.

Of course, consenting adults who just wanna have sex while decreasing the likelihood of having a baby could yunno, be responsible and use birth control and condoms, etc., but that would be considered ‘draconian’ or worse yet ‘misogynistic’ so forget that.

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