As Texas’ abortion ban was set to take effect Sept. 1, the state’s largest antiabortion group implored residents to bring lawsuits against violators of the law.
Since then, Texas abortion opponents have charted a more cautious course.
Antiabortion activists haven’t sued the physician who last weekend said publicly that he was defying the Republican-led Texas Heartbeat Act, also known as SB 8, saying they have little incentive to make a test case out of his actions.
The doctor, Alan Braid, practices in San Antonio and said he performed an abortion this month that exceeded the new restrictions.
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