DOJ’s decision to allow USPS to continue delivering abortion medications doesn’t impact Texas much | FOX 7
By: Meredith Aldis
“It’s really about protecting women,” Texas Alliance for Life Communications Director Amy O’Donnell said.
O’Donnell said banning mail-order abortion drugs in Texas ensures women are not put at risk.
“A woman cannot receive abortion inducing drugs without first seeing a physician who can ascertain how long her pregnancy is gestationally, whether a woman is RH negative, and if a woman has an ectopic pregnancy and receives those drugs in the mail, it can cost her life,” O’Donnell said.
The FDA states the use of Mifepristone in a regimen with Misoprostol is safe and effective for the medical termination of early pregnancy.