West Virginia AG Pushes to Keep Abortion Pill Restrictions

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey urged a judge Tuesday to dismiss a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the state’s restrictions on obtaining the abortion pill mifepristone.

Pharmaceutical manufacturer GenBioPro argued in the suit that West Virginia could not restrict mifepristone prescriptions issued through online appointments because it contradicts recently relaxed Food and Drug Administration policy.

“Individual state regulation of mifepristone destroys the national common market and conflict with the strong national interest in ensuring access to a federally approved medication to end a pregnancy, resulting in the kind of economic fracturing the framers intended the dlause to preclude,” the lawsuit filed last month read.

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