Tag: Texas abortion ban

News Coverage: Texas Supreme Court Ruling

Media coverage on the Texas Supreme Court's May 31 ruling in Zurawski v. Texas.

Texas Supreme Court Rules Against Women Denied Abortion Care Despite Dangerous Pregnancy Complications

In Zurawski v. State of Texas, court refuses to provide clarity on exceptions to state abortion bans.

Texas Judge Grants Temporary Order Allowing Pregnant Woman to Access Abortion Care in the State

"The idea that Ms. Cox wants so desperately to be a parent and this law may have her lose that ability is shocking and would be a genuine miscarriage of justice." — Judge Maya Guerra Gamble

Center Sues Texas on Behalf of Pregnant Woman Seeking an Emergency Abortion to Protect Her Health, Life and Future Fertility

With a fatal fetal diagnosis and a high-risk pregnancy, woman asks court to block abortion bans to avoid the harm of being forced to continue her pregnancy to term.

News Coverage: Center Argues Case at Texas Supreme Court

Media coverage on more women denied abortion care who joined Zurawski v. Texas.

Center Argues Case on Abortion Bans’ Medical Exceptions at Texas Supreme Court

Watch the video replay of the arguments in Zurawski v. State of Texas, the Center’s case on behalf of Texas physicians and women denied abortion care.

News Coverage: Seven New Plaintiffs Join Center Lawsuit Against Texas

Media coverage on more women denied abortion care who joined Zurawski v. Texas.

The Plaintiffs and Their Stories: Zurawski v. State of Texas

Four Texas women who were denied abortion care after facing severe and dangerous pregnancy complications tell their stories.

Plaintiffs’ Stories: Zurawski v. State of Texas

Stories of seven Texas women—each denied abortion care after facing severe and dangerous pregnancy complications—who joined this case as additional plaintiffs November 14.

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."