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New York Times

Mexico is now the most populous Latin American country to allow abortion, and the decision comes at a moment when Texas and other U.S. states have placed ever tighter restrictions on the procedure. https://t.co/h4ZNudNy27

Slate

The Texas organizations supporting reproductive rights are preparing for what’s ahead. On this episode of What Next: Anna Rupani of @FundTexasChoice joins us to talk about how to view the Texas abortion law. Stream it now: https://t.co/XaDliv0Qz9 https://t.co/v7Dqil8JHF

Vox

Corporate America’s muted response to the Texas abortion bill makes one thing clear: The country’s biggest businesses still aren’t sure what to say about abortion. https://t.co/V3ex7qZQZR

CNN

Video game CEO John Gibson stepped down from the helm of Tripwire Interactive after his support of the Texas abortion law created a firestorm https://t.co/QX1xvxNoT7

MSNBC

NEW: Texas Gov. Abbott signs restrictive election bill into law, after months of battles with Democrats who fled the state in a futile effort to block the legislation. https://t.co/Y7B9pGg4bd

MSNBC

The Supreme Court's late-night decision has highlighted the issue of the shadow docket. In her dissent, Justice Kagan wrote that, "This court`s shadow docket decision-making every day becomes more unreasoned, inconsistent and impossible to defend." https://t.co/VP5Q3Y6oAe

Slate

Pro-choice organizations on the ground are persisting however they can. https://t.co/Ytv2pf6df1

MSNBC

"The Supreme Court has basically given the green light to the overruling of Roe v. Wade," @neal_katyal says. "Never in our lifetimes has the right to an abortion been so restrictive." https://t.co/ZsO1YwQDpI

Slate

“When you think about this Texas law, there are certain analogs that eerily resemble that of the Fugitive Slave Act.” https://t.co/EcE3mSFcrP

Slate

If you donate to a Texas abortion fund from out of state, could you still be sued for $10,000? https://t.co/lUWG2yRjvv

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ABC News

Mexico’s Supreme Court rules it is unconstitutional to punish abortion, unanimously annulling several provisions of a law from Coahuila — a state on the Texas border—that had made abortion a criminal act. https://t.co/fVYq3Chuwz

CBS News

TripWire Interactive CEO steps down after supporting Texas abortion law https://t.co/s8iPR7Uhon

CBS News

Texas "whistleblower" website used for snitching on abortions shut down https://t.co/UauyL4O3Dr

Washington Post

Mexico’s supreme court appeared poised Tuesday to decriminalize abortion, a striking step in a country with one of the world’s largest Catholic populations and a move that contrasts sharply with tighter restrictions introduced across the border in Texas. https://t.co/J6vCRQMlsC

Washington Post

CEO of video game company steps down after tweet supporting Texas abortion law https://t.co/hfy5JwrhTA

Washington Post

A website for “whistleblowers” to expose Texas abortion providers was taken down — again https://t.co/BjkjCr8grz

Washington Post

1. The Justice Department will try to challenge Texas’s new abortion law. How? Attorney General Merrick Garland said he is exploring “all options” and will give federal backup to clinics that are “under attack.” https://t.co/LHiHTMQ0fx

CBS News

Justice Department will "continue to protect" Texas women seeking abortions https://t.co/6jmvT9vDkN

The Guardian

UN experts condemn Texas abortion law as sex discrimination ‘at its worst’ https://t.co/VCuyxS1txk

CBS News

Attorney General Merrick Garland says Justice Department will "continue to protect" Texas women seeking abortions https://t.co/PiQj7sdB7E

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The Hill

NEW: Texas abortion law roils businesses https://t.co/r4aNdcWgyk https://t.co/KsEfTWhjq1

Newsweek

"Let's make something very clear. Rape is a crime," the Texas governor said Tuesday. https://t.co/thzCfJT466

The Hill

Texas abortion tracking website shut down a second time https://t.co/HmXVZjzHBB https://t.co/fNgdpDt9rY

The Hill

Abbott vows to "eliminate all rapists" in Texas while defending abortion bill https://t.co/MBXuyYZN3B https://t.co/DtS8Mjn8FC

Associated Press

BREAKING: Mexico’s Supreme Court has ruled that it is unconstitutional to punish abortion. The decision will immediately only affect Coahuila — a state on the Texas border. Four of Mexico's 32 states allow abortion in most circumstances. https://t.co/W6zYM97ZCL

The Hill

Satanic Temple to challenge Texas abortion law citing religious freedoms https://t.co/NhNbo4F8OJ https://t.co/2xDpn1yTQ0

Newsweek

Caitlyn Jenner says she supports Texas abortion law, DeSantis' COVID strategy https://t.co/IyMHco2GkF

Newsweek

Reports show companies like AT&T gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to lawmakers who supported the restrictive legislation. https://t.co/Smys3sLAne

Axios

A Houston-based startup is opening a new facility outside of Texas because the state's new abortion ban — and many of its other social policies — are making it difficult to recruit employees. https://t.co/UDH94M4Hnb

The Hill

UN human rights monitors condemn Texas abortion ban as violation of international law https://t.co/eCl0u5hvXd https://t.co/UANTYBLMNu

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Washington Examiner

“If Glenn Youngkin is elected and he gets the House here, there is a good chance we will see Virginia go the way of Texas." Terry McAuliffe, running against Youngkin, is a former Virginia governor seeking a second nonconsecutive term. https://t.co/ISExS9GiyS

Washington Times

Video game company CEO out over pro-life comment on Texas abortion law https://t.co/zunmrIbwqg

Washington Examiner

“The department will provide support from federal law enforcement when an abortion clinic or reproductive health center is under attack..." https://t.co/rvnJG342Ax

Washington Examiner

The Texas abortion law took effect on Wednesday, banning all abortion procedures after the detection of a fetal heartbeat. “I suggest that all women refuse to have sex with men until they are guaranteed the right to choose by Congress." https://t.co/91rR3XxCen

Washington Examiner

The group who owned the website, Texas Right to Life, said it would put its webpage back up through a different host. “Our IT team is already in process of transferring our assets to another provider, and we’ll have the site restored within 24-48 hours." https://t.co/rZ0udL5jrv

Washington Examiner

After Texas's law went into effect earlier this week, Biden ordered the Justice Department and HHS to determine what steps the government can take "to ensure that women in Texas have access to safe and legal abortions." https://t.co/xFDFHGp1Fr

Washington Examiner

The bill would prohibit states from implementing certain requirements or restrictions that abortion advocates argue infringe on reproductive rights. The move is a response to a restrictive Texas abortion law that the Supreme Court declined to block. https://t.co/UMi38A2AWW

Washington Examiner

Tripwire CEO John Gibson said he was "proud" of the Supreme Court for upholding the Texas abortion bill. Gibson's comment was met with backlash among the video game community. Some claimed they would even delete the company's games from their computer. https://t.co/Bi9nNa6oGu

Washington Examiner

The Satanic Temple demanded an exemption on the grounds of religion. "The Satanic Abortion Ritual is a sacrament which surrounds and includes the abortive act." https://t.co/Lc8hETOGuw

Washington Examiner

She called the Texas abortion law "highly punitive" and "unfair." The fund will cover the costs of employees and their dependents to seek out abortions outside of the Lone Star State. https://t.co/0vhyCRaK5l

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National Review

It’s too early to know how the Texas abortion law will play out. But it’s a sign of initial success that its supporters wonder if they “may have won without firing a shot.” | Opinion by @RichLowry https://t.co/V0igMSYBdc

Newsmax

House Judiciary Committee Democrats have urged Attorney General Merrick Garland "to use the full power of the Department of Justice "to fight Texas' abortion ban. https://t.co/pp63pxT9oP

Newsmax

The Food Network has spoken out against former host Josh Denny, who faces backlash over controversial remarks he made about Texas' new abortion law. https://t.co/sI73tdHPxO

Breitbart News

After The Satanic Temple announced its opposition to the Texas anti-abortion law, leftists have embraced the cult as a potentially helpful ally in the cause to keep abortion legal. https://t.co/BS5Owlu1iv

Breitbart News

Millionaire Elite Cher declares that saving the lives of innocent babies with beating hearts means that "DEMOCRACY WILL WITHER & DIE, & DICTATORS WILL THRIVE." https://t.co/Meb58Rd3Qs

National Review

Portland to Consider Ban on Texas Travel, Trade over Abortion Law https://t.co/VL7MI1jkwb

Newsmax

San Francisco archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone slams pro-abortion politicians who simultaneously claim to be faithful Catholics. https://t.co/olMqKBNWDF

National Review

The Texas abortion law comes after half a century of America’s tolerating Roe. Now is the time to build a culture of life and a civilization of love. | by @kathrynlopez https://t.co/EtEwrefs5g

Breitbart News

Pro-abortion Democrats can now count The Satanic Temple among their allies in the fight to allow innocent babies with beating hearts to be destroyed. https://t.co/vCaBLn5Xnv

Fox News

Biden DOJ vows to defend abortion access in wake of Texas heartbeat bill https://t.co/zHpUHVzXuf