Lawsuit challenges Texas abortion curbs


(Reuters) – An abortion provider that in 2016 persuaded the U.S. Supreme Court to void parts of a restrictive Texas law on Thursday filed a new lawsuit challenging dozens of that state’s other curbs on the procedure as unconstitutional.

Whole Woman’s Health Alliance and six non-profit providing abortion-related services said Texas’ licensing, parental notification, waiting period, ultrasound and other requirements violated women’s due process rights by imposing an undue burden on their ability to abort nonviable fetuses.

The complaint was filed in the federal court in Austin, Texas…



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