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.
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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.
Justice Department Pledges to ‘Protect’ Women Seeking Abortions in Texas After Pro-Life Law Takes Effect
The federal agency will enforce a 1994 law prohibiting the obstruction of abortion facilities.
The Texas Catholic Conference, the public policy voice of Texas’ 16 Catholic dioceses and 20 bishops, issued a Sept. 3 statement. Its sentiments were echoed by other U.S. bishops.
In Wake of Texas Abortion Law Ruling, 3 Pro-Life Doctors Urge Supreme Court to Reconsider Viability Standard
A new brief supporting Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban offers the high court a ‘clear window into the womb to witness the humanity of the unborn child.’
The high court, 5-4, issued an order late Wednesday night not to block enactment of the Heartbeat Act, which went into effect the same day.
The Texas Heartbeat Act went into effect on Wednesday, after the Supreme Court did not act on a last-minute petition to block the law.
On Monday, pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List said that the Texas state legislature “acted on the will of the people,” passing a law “reflecting the scientific reality that unborn children are human beings, with beating hearts as early as five weeks.”
Sister Norma Pimentel, executive director of Catholic Charities Rio Grande Valley in McAllen, said the new order gave her “great sadness,” and urged its reversal.