A case in Texas could potentially block access to abortion pills nationwide.
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A decision could be made as soon as Wednesday in a court case that could force a major abortion pill off the market nationwide.
The case before a federal judge in Texas could dramatically alter access to medication abortion, which makes up well over half of all abortions, by targeting the decadeslong FDA approval of the drug mifepristone.
U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk is set to hear arguments at 9 a.m. local time on Wednesday in the lawsuit, which was filed in November by a coalition led by the conservative legal advocacy organization Alliance Defending Freedom.
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