In making access the measure of scrutiny for abortion regulations, the Supreme Court has made it nearly impossible to enact the kind of consumer protections that apply to all other industries.
Women end up in emergency departments after botched abortions, but the abortion lobby wants to end records of those events rather than increase medical standards.
Texas inaugurated nationwide abortion-on-demand with Roe v. Wade. This time, a Texas court case has a chance to curtail it.
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