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On Sept. 1, Texas enacted one of the country’s most restrictive abortion bans, known as Senate Bill 8 or SB 8. It not only makes abortion after six weeks illegal, but also allows people to sue clinics, providers, or anyone who helps a patient seek abortion care in the state. By a vote of 5-4, the United States Supreme Court refused to block the law. To understand its scope, click along.