Contains Opinion of the Writer

The Supreme Court decided in the 8-1 ruling that abortion providers can challenge the Texas law. Still, only Texas licensing officials can be sued, not anyone like the state’s Attorney General. The court also ruled that the law, which effectively bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, will remain in place as these legal challenges play out.

You may read the court documents here.

I am not pleased the challenge was allowed to continue, but thankful the Texas S.B. 8 in Texas will continue during the challenge.

“The irony of this case is that S. B. 8 has generated more litigation against those who oppose abortion than those who perform it. Respondent Clarkston, a state-court clerk, reports that only three S. B. 8 complaints have been filed in the State of Texas, none of which has been served.”-Justice Clarence Thomas

Justice Thomas’s complete statement

Justice Clarence Thomas argued that abortion providers should not sue anyone. I agree with Justice Thomas.

I hope you will join me in praying that justice prevails in this case and many unborn babies get the chance to live as is their God-given rights and their rights as Americans.


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