Texas Abortion Law
The new ban, which prohibits any prescription, distribution, or use of medication abortion, carries a penalty of up to six months’ imprisonment and a fine of up to $9,000.
In the lawsuit, the man compared his ex-wife’s friend allegedly offering her home as a place to recuperate during the abortion to using “her residence for the murder.”
The justices declined to let the Justice Department go ahead with its suit, however.
Uber And Lyft Have Pledged To Cover Their Drivers' Legal Fees If They Get Sued Under The Texas Abortion Law
"Imagine being a pregnant woman trying to get a healthcare appointment and not knowing if your driver will cancel on you for fear of breaking a law," a Lyft blog post reads.