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The Texas Abortion Act was initially in force

D.He said strict abortion law is currently in effect in Texas – however, the U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled the trial of the case for November 1st. The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a petition filed by the administration of the US president Joe Biden From suspending the law. “Women who want to have an abortion in Texas now have the right to be helped by this court,” Liberal Judge Sonia Sodomier wrote in a different opinion of the decision. “Because the court failed to act today, this settlement, if it comes, will be too late for many.” But it is better to be scheduled for an initial hearing.

The Heartbeat Act, which bans most abortions, went into effect in Texas in early September. It prohibits AbortionsOnce the fetal heart rate is determined. It may be as early as the sixth week of pregnancy. Many women do not even know they are pregnant at this stage. What is unusual about the regulation is that it allows private individuals to take civil action against anyone who assists an aborted woman.

The legal turmoil over the law has suspended the courts for weeks. The U.S. government sued Texas after the law went into effect. By refusing to block the law during the trial, the court sends a warning signal that the civil rights organization ACLU has responded to this decision.

It was under former President Donald Trump Supreme Court Has become very conservative due to new appointments. The court will soon handle another case that could severely restrict abortion rights across the country.

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