I don’t think the court is the source of your bovine droppings; the state legislature and the governor hold that particular field bingo square. The legislation should never have been passed in the first place.
You can’t have it both ways; either the FDA authorizes medications which have gone through trials and shown to be effective for the condition it is prescribed, or everything the FDA does is invalid within the state.
Since in every other manner the state follows the FDA, this off label experiment can’t be mandated as an optional next step. The court was right to quash the mandated speech.
Conversely, the passing and the quashing are undoubtedly going to raise awareness of the experimental treatment to undo chemical abortions. A little silver lining, I suppose, but one which the taxpayers of North Dakota shouldn’t have had to foot the bill for.
Uh no - effective means at least a reasonable chance of success. If the efficacy of the abortion pill takes several hours to trigger the abortion than another chemical process can easily stop it.
Thats called actual science.
And it always is no matter what speech the government is attempting to mandate.