Fifth Circuit Puts 2016 Limits on Abortion Pill

The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals rolled back the standards for the abortion pill being available to the public to those set before 2016 until the Supreme Court can review this case. The ruling’s summary reads: “After extensive briefing and oral argument, we hold that the district court’s stay order should be VACATED in part and AFFIRMED in part. We conclude that the Medical Organizations and Doctors’ claim as to the 2000 Approval is likely barred by the statute of limitations. Accordingly, that component of the district court’s order must be VACATED. This means that, until final judgment, Mifeprex will remain available to the public under the conditions for use that existed in 2016.”

Fifth Circuit Court Upholds Some Restrictions Of Chemical Abortion Pills –


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