The Texas Heartbeat Act, which allows private citizens to sue abortion providers, is set to take effect September 1, despite failed attempts by the abortion industry to block it through the courts.
However, at the time of publication, Texas Right to Life reported abortion provider Whole Women’s Health applied to the U.S. Supreme Court for an injunction to block the law:
BREAKING: Abortionists appealed to SCOTUS in an effort to stop the TX Heartbeat Act.
This is their last, desperate option to try block the law.
We are hopeful that Justice Alito will see the compelling arguments raised explaining why the case should be ultimately dismissed.
— Texas Right to Life (Text ProLife to 40237) (@TXRightToLife) August 30, 2021
Abortionists appealed to the High Court in Whole Woman’s Health v. Jackson, and Justice Samuel Alito will consider their application.
Texas Right to Life Legislative Director John Seago responded:
The abortion industry is using their last, desperate option in an attempt to block the life-saving Texas Heartbeat Act from taking effect Wednesday. This anti-Life lawsuit is invalid. We are hopeful that Justice Alito will examine the compelling arguments raised explaining why the case should be ultimately dismissed.
(Read more from “Texas Heartbeat Law Allowing Private Citizens to Sue Abortionists Slated To Take Effect” HERE)
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