The Back-Up Plan. A terrible movie, but not a bad legal strategy.
Though challengers to Arizona's HB 2036, a law that, in part, restricts providers' abilities to provide medical (drug-based) abortions according to accepted medical practice rather than a more restrictive FDA protocol set forth before experience dictated different treatment regimens, already have a credible argument making its way through the Ninth Circuit, they haven't limited themselves to federal courts and constitutional questions.
A parallel suit, filed in state court earlier this week, raises interesting issues of federalism and administrative procedure.
It's always advisable to have a backup plan, right?