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Why the Texas Abortion Law Is Particularly Damaging to Incest and Rape Survivors

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Last week, the Supreme Court allowed Texas to institute a law that bans abortions beyond six weeks into a pregnancy. The law has no exceptions for rape or incest victims and it allows for any private citizen to sue any Texas abortion facility that violates the law, as well as anyone who aids and abets a woman getting an abortion, although the law doesn’t actually allow for the abortion patient themselves to be sued.

The person who brings the lawsuit to court and wins is entitled to at least $10,000 in damages and does not have to have any connection whatsoever to the woman getting the abortion.

It is to date the strictest and most punitive anti-abortion legislation to go into effect, seriously threatening the future of Roe V.

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