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The Texas Heartbeat Act has already saved thousands of lives.

(LifeSiteNews) — Texas’ ban on aborting babies with detectable heartbeats is now being reviewed by the Lone Star State’s highest court, months after the U.S. Supreme Court allowed it to remain in effect while lower courts debated its constitutional merits.

Senate Bill 8, the Texas Heartbeat Act, requires abortionists to screen for a preborn baby’s heartbeat and prohibits abortion if a heartbeat can be heard (generally as early as six weeks), with exceptions only for medical emergencies.

Its unique enforcement mechanism, which “exclusively” empowers private citizens to bring civil suits against abortionists instead of state prosecutions, has been credited for the Supreme Court’s September decision not to block it from taking effect.  …

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