Texas prosecutor sues Biden over pro-abortion measures

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit Thursday against the Biden Administration for its “efforts to force abortions”, in relation to the measures adopted by the U.S. Executive last Friday and with which it intends to increase the protection of health care providers who perform the termination of pregnancy.

“This administration (of Biden) has difficulty following the law and is now trying to get its bureaucrats to order hospitals and emergency doctors to perform abortions,” Paxton said on his Twitter account, sharing the lawsuit he has filed in a Texas trial court.

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The Texas attorney general has detailed that he will ensure that Biden “is forced to comply with the Supreme Court’s important decision on abortion,” and has maintained that he will not allow “weakening and distorting existing laws.”

He has also claimed that, with this move, Biden seeks to transform every emergency room in the country into a walk-in abortion clinic.

The order approved last week by the Department of Health aims to guarantee access to abortion medication to those who request it, and seeks to increase the protection of health care providers who perform these practices under the Emergency Medical Labor and Treatment Act, as well as the privacy of patients and to strengthen awareness campaigns in public facilities.

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The Texas attorney general’s statement comes weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the legal precedent allowing abortion in the country since 1974, Roe v. Wade.

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