The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has launched a plan to make accessible new sources to “protect reproductive health” in the face of the new Texas abortionlaw. 

President Biden has strongly and publicly opposed SB 8, a new Texas law that effectively limits abortions after six weeks from conception. In the wake of the law’s passage, Biden tried to direct all sources he might in route of counteracting the law, together with a controversial directive for the Department of Justice to file lawsuits in opposition to Texas. 

The HHS has answered Biden’s establish to arms with a variety of sources and selections to “bolster” entry to protected and accepted abortions in Texas.

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“Every American deserves access to health care no matter where they live – including access to safe and legal abortions,” HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra talked about in a press launch Friday. “Now, in response to President Biden’s directive, HHS is taking actions to support and protect both patients and providers from this dangerous attack on Texans’ health care.

“Today we’re making clear that medical medical docs and hospitals have an obligation beneath federal law to make medical decisions relating to when it’s acceptable to address their victims,” Becerra continued. “And we’re telling medical medical docs and others concerned in the availability of abortion care, that we’ve bought your as soon as extra.”

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New HHS directives will take the form of grant support for clinics, resources for protections for health care personnel and reinforcement of legal protections for pregnant individuals or persons experiencing “being pregnant loss.”

The boldest initiative is seemingly “gotcha” use of the Conscience Protections for Health Care Providers, which has been used to protect health care workers from discrimination for objecting to perform an abortion, sterilization or other procedure on religious or moral grounds – instead now saying that, likewise, a health care worker is protected from discrimination because they performed any such operation. 

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Texas’ new abortion law enables private citizens to bring a civil lawsuit against an abortionist, or someone who aids and abets abortion, if the abortion provider detected the unborn baby’s heartbeat before carrying out the procedure, or if they refuse to check for a heartbeat after roughly six weeks’ gestation. 

Many abortion activists have condemned the law as effectively overturning the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, since many women often do not realize they are pregnant until they pass six weeks’ gestation.

S.B. 8 came into effect on Sept. 1 after the Supreme Court voted 5-4 to deny an emergency appeal from abortion providers and others to sideline the law whereas appeals are made. The judges fast that their order in all likelihood should not be the last word phrase on whether or not or not or not the law can stand.

Fox News’ Tyler O’Neil contributed to this report.