Texas Lawsuit Threatens Access to Commonly Used Abortion Pill in US

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A Texas judge, appointed by former President Donald Trump, has heard arguments in a lawsuit that could result in the removal of the commonly used abortion pill, mifepristone, from shelves in the US. The lawsuit, filed by an anti-abortion group, claims that the drug’s safety was not properly studied and that its approval by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was in error. If the judge rules in favor of the lawsuit, sales of the drug could be halted, potentially curbing access to abortion nationwide. President Joe Biden’s administration has defended mifepristone’s approval and argued that it was supported by scientific evidence.

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