USA: Louisiana judge temporarily blocks abortion ban

The Supreme Court reversed the Roe v. Wade, who for nearly 50 years guaranteed American women’s right to voluntary termination of pregnancy (abortion) and gave states the freedom to outlaw abortions.

Several were immediately easy to explain cancellation are illegal on their sovereign territory and in particular refer to laws that have previously been dormant. Others intend to shorten waiting times for abortions.

The legal counteroffensive was swift, with lawsuits being filed in state courts rather than federal courts.

The repeal of Roe v. Wade on probation

In Louisiana, a clinic and medical students attacked the three prohibition laws cancellationargue that they are too waves as they do not clearly specify the exceptions or the associated penalties.

Judge Robin Giarrusso blocked those laws Monday pending a July 8 hearing.

Abortions may resume in Louisianapromptly tweeted the Center for Reproductive Rights, representing the plaintiffs.

Every day that a clinic is open can have a positive impact on someone’s life.added its President Nancy Northup in a press release.

That victory may be short-lived as Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry is showing great promise to do what’s in [son] ensure that laws protecting unborn children come into force.

Similar battles are fought across the country. In Utah, too, a court temporarily suspended the abortion ban following a lawsuit by the powerful family planning association Planned Parenthood.

This represents a victory, but this is only the first step in what will no doubt be a long and difficult strugglecommented the association, which had initiated this procedure on the grounds that, in its view, the abortion ban violated the state constitution.

The same argument is being made in Florida by opponents of a law that would reduce the legal time limit for an abortion to 15 weeks and must go into effect on Friday.

Other trials are taking place in Ohio and Kentucky in particular.

This guerrilla is supposed to delay the deadline, but according to the Guttmacher Institute, half of the states, especially in the south and the conservative and religious center, should ban abortion on their soil more or less in the long term.

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