US Supreme Court to hear case on access to abortion pills

Dec 13, 2023 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

56% : The Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine, an association of anti-abortion doctors, has continued to lobby the courts, questioning the safety of the drug, whose future will once again be in the hands of the Supreme Court.
49% : In response, the Supreme Court ruled that existing regulations for the abortion pill would remain in place for the duration of the litigation.
41% : The appeals court found that the US health regulator broke the law by allowing the drug to be prescribed in telemedicine consultations and sent by mail.

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