The legal battle over an abortion pill threatens to upend the Food and Drug Administration's drug-approval process, a system viewed as the global gold standard and crafted over decades to get crucial medication onto the market quickly and safely.

A federal judge in Texas is being asked in a lawsuit to direct the agency to rescind its approval of mifepristone, one of two drugs used in medication abortions - a move that would be unprecedented.

The Washington Post

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