Texas’s bounty-hunting abortion law could remain on the books for a long time
Why it is bad for women and the rule of law. The US Supreme Court's decision (5-4) to not interfere with the law banning abortion after six weeks in Texas sent shockwaves across the country, as many believe the law clearly opposes the right to abortion given to American women after the landmark case Roe v Wade. In this piece, The Economist explains the "ingeniously awful" mechanisms of the law and analyses its repercussions on the US legal system.
From The Economist