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Abortion pills are booming around the world.  Will their use grow in Texas?

Aid Access operates in a “gray area on the part of the people who run the service, but for the people of Texas, there is nothing in our state’s law that they are breaking,” Aiken said. Still, there are legal risks, she said. Farah Diaz-Tello, senior attorney and general counsel for rights advocacy group If / When / How, said U.S. prosecutors have used various criminal laws – such as fetal homicide and improper disposal of remains fetal – to indict women who ended their own lives. pregnancies.

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