Texas Women Continue Getting Help with Abortion Pills
Dr. Gomperts, who is based in Austria, founder of Aid Access, a charity that assists women in obtaining abortion medication.
HOUSTON, Texas - The Supreme Court has agreed to expedite appeals of Texas' new abortion legislation. The Supreme Court will hear arguments on November 1, but the statute remains in effect for the time being.
Once again, it's Anti-abortion vs. Pro-choice.
Women in Texas are prohibited from getting abortions after around six weeks of pregnancy.
In a seven-page opinion, Justice Sonia Sotomayor labeled the law's consequences "catastrophic,"
"We have nine U.S. providers who are licensed and serve 18 states, and then Dr. Gomperts is the provider for the remaining states," Aid Access U.S. Provider Christie Pitney explained. "With Dr. Gomperts in Europe, we have a unique chance to deliver telemedicine abortion to all 50 states."
According to the website, their European physicians may issue prescriptions from a reputable pharmacy in India, which would mail the medications to them. Because it is based outside the United States, Aid Access has stated that it will continue to send abortion pills regardless of what state laws are enacted.
"Being outdoors in Europe puts her in this beautiful grey area where she can still give that care," Pitney said. "It's vital healthcare that everyone should have access to, so we'll keep providing that treatment."
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