Justices were skeptical of the state’s unique approach to enforcing a law barring abortion after detection of a fetal heartbeat.
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Slawson explained that she lost a daughter during pregnancy, and that “the end of her precious life was marked by when her heart stopped beating.”
Collin Bass, a sophomore at Baylor University and a professional selling (sales) major, remembered the “evening full of fun, fellowship, and worship.”
COMMENTARY: Texas’ denial of John Ramirez’s request for his pastor to lay hands on him and pray for him at his execution goes before the high court Nov. 1.
The Texas Catholic Conference “aggressively” supported the state’s expansion of Medicaid benefits for women who have just given birth, Allmon said.
The DOJ has filed suit against the Texas law, but legal critics say its argument is ‘weak’ and the outcome could actually hinge on another major abortion case before the Supreme Court.
Hochul’s comments come shortly after her announcement on Sept. 13 that she would roll out a new aggressive agenda to maintain abortion in New York state.
Some corporations responded by donating to pro-abortion groups or issuing statements in opposition.
The court agreed to hear the case of John Henry Ramirez, who was scheduled to be executed, in its upcoming docket this fall.