More women who say they were put in danger by Texas' abortion bans are joining a lawsuit that seek to force the state to clarify medical exceptions in the laws.
The Biden administration had asked the higher court to stay a decision from a Texas judge while the appeal plays out.
Some abortion providers are looking to misoprostol, a medication widely used around the world, should a federal judge in Texas block access to a key medication abortion option.
The decision to grant a 14-day restraining order against the state law means abortions through 20 weeks' gestation can continue for now.
A lawyer for the doctor who performed the abortion sent a cease and desist letter threatening legal action against Attorney General Todd Rokita for suggesting the doctor may have broken the law.
Condé Nast CEO Roger Lynch calls it a "crushing blow" and says in an internal memo to employees of Vogue, New Yorker and Vanity Fair among others to use their journalism to respond to the moment.
Without Roe, Guam could revert to an abortion ban dating to 1990. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the law unconstitutional in 1992, but it has never been repealed.
The decision by the tribunal of nine judges fell short of the expectations of pro-choice groups that had been pushing for abortion to be completely decriminalized in Colombia.
In Shreveport, La., near the Texas border, the Hope Medical Group for Women is seeing increased demand after the restrictive law was passed — and after a hurricane impacted other parts of the state.
On Dec. 1, the court will hear arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. The Mississippi case tests whether all state laws that ban pre-viability abortions are unconstitutional.