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California Sues to Stop Crisis Pregnancy Centers From Helping Reverse Chemical Abortions

 By Kim Roberts - Posted at Ministry Watch: Published September 29, 2023 As chemical abortions grow, California is working to stop women from learning how they might reverse them. California Attorney General Rob Bonta filed a lawsuit last week in Alameda County seeking an injunction that would prevent pro-life ministries Heartbeat International and RealOptions Obria Medical Clinics from advertising abortion pill reversal treatment. Heartbeat International has built an emergency network of medical professionals called the Abortion Pill Rescue Network (APRN). Real Options Obria operates five crisis pregnancy centers in northern California. The suit claims pro-life ministries have made “untrue and misleading” statements and engaged in “fraudulent acts” in an “attempt to induce members of the public to undergo [abortion pill reversal].” The suit asks the court for an injunction preventing the pro-life groups from advertising the “experimental” abortion pill reversal procedure. Continue

Biden admin takes abortion pill battle to Supreme Court

 By Chris Alexis - Posted at Pregnancy Help News: Published September 21, 2023 The case will likely be heard in the spring of next year, just as the election process starts to heat up even more. Joe Biden's Department of Justice wants to wield the U.S. Supreme Court to permanently reverse a previous court ruling that would limit access to the deadly abortion pill. On August 16 , the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans shut down the FDA's deregulation of mifepristone in a 93-page ruling . This decision would cut off the supply of the drug traveling through the mail. The ruling stated it instead needed to be given in the presence of a physician. The three-judge panel also declared the drug cannot be used past the seventh week of pregnancy, where it was originally through the 10th week. Continue here.

The worst lie: That weakened safety standards for chemical abortions does not pose a threat to women

 By Kim Hayes - Posted at Pregnancy Help News: The Biden administration has taken every opportunity to push the use of the abortion pill, not simply ignoring safety standards, but actually lying about the potential threat to women. A recent article from The Washington Stand detailed “The 5 Worst Lies of the Biden Administration,” number 1 being, “Weakened safety standards for the abortion pill regimen does not pose a threat to women.” The article recapped how the Biden administration has worked to push chemical abortion even at the risk of women’s safety and with disregard for the facts. In January of this year the FDA removed the in-person requirement for dispensing abortion drug mifepristone and opened the door to distributing chemical abortion pills via brick-and-mortar pharmacies. The article then covered how mifepristone – the first of two drugs in the two-drugs chemical abortion regimen - had previously been placed under the Risk Evaluation and Mitigation System (REMS) “due to r

Court says FDA must restore abortion pill safety measures, pending Supreme Court review

By Carole Novielli - Posted at Live Action: Published August 16, 2023 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled on Wednesday to allow the abortion pill mifepristone to remain “available to the public under the conditions for use that existed in 2016″ while it vacates more recent expansions of the drug’s approved use under the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) safety requirements (REMS). Those expansions removed the in-person dispensing of the abortion pill and enabled the drug to be shipped by mail — and also expanded the use of the pill from seven (7) weeks to 10 weeks. In addition, the Court’s abortion pill ruling will allow the “generic version of mifepristone,” which was approved in 2019, to “be available under the same conditions as Mifeprex.” However, as Bloomberg states, “The decision… won’t have an immediate impact on access to the medication, mifepristone. The pill remains available under an April order from the US Supreme Court that will stay in effect unt