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After Ruling Clarifying Medical Exceptions to Texas’s Abortion Bans, Order Is Blocked While State Appeals
Injunction by Texas judge in favor of the Center's plaintiffs would have allowed abortions for severe pregnancy complications and fatal fetal diagnoses and protected physicians from prosecution for using their "good faith judgment."
Judge Jessica Mangrum’s August 4 ruling on Zurawski v. State of Texas clarified the medical exception in the state’s abortion bans, enabling physicians to use their “good faith judgment,” in consultation with their pregnant patients, to determine when they need an abortion to preserve their health or their life. It also found S.B. 8, a […]
Patient stories serve as stark reminders that abortion care is a necessary, life-saving procedure crucial for treating many dangerous pregnancy conditions.
View media highlights about the riveting testimony from women denied abortion care despite facing dangerous risks to their health, lives and future fertility.
Texas women denied abortion care give riveting testimony while the state tries to dismiss the lawsuit.
The Center is representing women denied abortion care despite facing severe pregnancy complications that risked their health, fertility and lives.
Stories of eight Texas women—each denied abortion care after facing severe and dangerous pregnancy complications—who joined this case as additional plaintiffs.
Listen to Slate's "What Next" podcast featuring Lauren Hall, one of several plaintiffs in a groundbreaking Center case.
Four Texas women who were denied abortion care after facing severe and dangerous pregnancy complications tell their stories.
Press conference held to discuss Zurawski v. State of Texas, the Center's new case against Texas seeking to clarify the “medical emergency” exception under Texas abortion law.