Vice President Harris & White House Press Secretary Jean-Pierre issued separate statements objecting to the U.S. Court of Appeals ruling
Gender-related care restrictions take effect Oct. 1. Youth already receiving treatment are exempted from new restrictions on nonsurgical care
Conservative Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas opposed the decision in the 7-2 ruling issued Friday evening
The two-day extension, SCOTUSblog wrote, is "unusual" - likely signaling that discussions among the justices are ongoing
"We want scientific judgment to prevail, not to have any justice substitute their religious ideology or beliefs that are not scientific"
The move by conservative Justice Samuel Alito will give the High Court until April 19 to decide whether those restrictions will be kept
DoJ will "defend the FDA’s scientific judgment and protect Americans’ access to safe and effective reproductive care"
The Court also set tighter rules that would allow the drug only to be dispensed up to seven weeks into pregnancy, not 10, and not by...
The move comes days after a Federal judge issued a ruling that stayed the FDA's 2000 approval of the abortion medication mifepristone
"You’re not talking about just mifepristone,” U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra said on CNN