Texas doctor claims state’s new abortion law is illegal, says he has already violated it - Fox News
Sep 19, 2021 1 min, 27 secs

A Texas doctor claimed Saturday that he has deliberately violated the state’s new abortion law in order to help test whether it’s legal.

He added later: "I understand that by providing an abortion beyond the new legal limit, I am taking a personal risk, but it’s something I believe in strongly."1

"I understand that by providing an abortion beyond the new legal limit, I am taking a personal risk, but it’s something I believe in strongly.".

Jonathan Mitchell, a former Texas solicitor general who helped prepare the bill, defended it in a legal brief submitted to the U.S.

Wade, the 1973 high court decision that legalized abortion, The Guardian reported.

Mitchell argues in the brief that a higher degree of personal integrity in response to a court ban on abortions would help make illegal abortions unnecessary, according to the news outlet.

"One can imagine a scenario in which a woman has chosen to engage in unprotected (or insufficiently protected) sexual intercourse on the assumption that an abortion will be available to her later.

The Supreme Court is expected to address a Mississippi case in its next term that could affect Roe v.

At that time, he continues, abortions in Texas were available mostly to women of economic means who could afford to travel to states like California, Colorado or New York to have the procedure done.

1, he writes, he provided an abortion to a woman in the first trimester of her pregnancy – a violation of the state law.

Supreme Court

The law prohibits all abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, usually around six weeks, and also allows individuals who oppose abortion to sue clinics and others who assist a woman in getting an abortion

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