US, Supreme Court opens to stop Texas anti-abortion law

The U.S. Supreme Court wants to stop the new abortion law passed in Texas. Judges welcomed the opportunity to appeal at the local and state levels. The decision was made after a three-hour discussion.

This is a very serious law passed in the United States, which does not mean that termination of pregnancy after six weeks is automatically prevented, but abortion clinics are allowed to take the case to local courts.

The Supreme Court’s note represents a tax change with a 5 to 4 vote, allowing judges to pass the law into force in September.

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