Generic Mifepristone Manufacturer Sues West Virginia Over Abortion Ban
GenBioPro Has Alleged That The Unborn Child Protection Act Is Unconstitutional
Generic abortion pill manufacturer GenBioPro has mounted a case in West Virginia alleging that its state-level ban of abortion is unconstitutional, as it is pre-empted by the US Food and Drug Administration’s federal opinion that mifepristone is a safe and legal medication.
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Generics Bulletin Podcast – GenBioPro v. West Virginia: The Future Of Mifepristone In America, With Professor Greer Donley
Generics Bulletin spoke to University of Pittsburgh School of Law professor Greer Donley, a specialist in reproductive law, about generic mifepristone manufacturer GenBioPro’s lawsuit challenging West Virginia’s state-level restrictions on medical abortion access and its potential wider relevance for the industry.