Pro-lifers are raising significant safety concerns about abortion pills — including in a key lawsuit being heard by a Texas judge — as abortion advocates push to make them widely available everywhere in the nation.
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The U.S. Department of Justice recently advised that the U.S. Postal Service can deliver the pills.
The CDC’s data relies on voluntary reporting from the central health agencies of 49 reporting areas.
Pro-life experts point out that these concerns also apply to mail-order and telehealth abortions, for which the FDA lifted its restrictions in December 2021.
A government consultation found strong criticism of the policy, including concerns that medication abortions weakened protections for sexually exploited minors or other women who are manipulated or coerced into abortion.
Pro-lifers sound the alarm over the dangers of such abortions — and the need to inform mothers about abortion-pill reversal.
The decision authorizes doctors to prescribe the drugs online and mail the pills.