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Planned Parenthood resumes offering abortions in Wisconsin after more than a year

  • Planned Parenthood will resume abortion services in Wisconsin after a court ruling determined that a 1849 law, previously interpreted as a near-complete abortion ban, does not apply to abortions. This marks a victory for liberals and abortion rights supporters, following the closure of abortion services statewide due to the Roe v. Wade ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court.
  • The Supreme Court has delayed a decision regarding restrictions on a widely used abortion pill, providing more time for the case to play out. This comes less than a year after the conservative majority on the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, resulting in more states effectively banning abortion outright.
  • Mifepristone, an FDA-approved drug used in medication abortions, has been the subject of lawsuits challenging its approval. The controversy surrounding mifepristone has led to conflicting rulings and appeals, with the Biden administration and the drug's manufacturer arguing that restrictions on the drug would cause chaos.
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