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(L) USAToday Pro-vida "abortion clinic" urges, (R) AP News Biden "pro-life" blockers

APsplainin rule of law
wut: "If the Justice Department prevails, Texas officials [?!] would likely seek a swift reversal from the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which previously allowed the restrictions to take effect reversed a US district ct's permanent injunction of Tex. Health & Safety Code stipulating 'fetal death' at time of a permissable 'dismemberment abortion' procedure, 15-22 weeks"

wut: "At least one Texas abortion provider PHYSICIAN Alan Braid has admitted to violating the law and been sued -- but not by abortion opponents. Former attorneys in Illinois and Arkansas say they instead[?!] sued a San Antonio doctor physician ALAN BRAID in hopes of getting a judge [in Bexar County - TEXASS 224th District Court] who would invalidate the law"

despite Whole Woman's Health's petition to a Texass court to enjoin the entire Texass judiciary from hearing complaint invoking S.B.8.

archived Avenatti School of Law, juris doctors Stiley and Gomez v ALAN BRAID; US v Texass

by Cat on Sun Oct 3rd, 2021 at 10:50:20 PM EST
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