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U.S. misconduct ignites legal struggle over state ban

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Battle for abortion After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned its constitutional right to national proceedings after a judge blocked a state-wide ban in Louisiana and clinics in Idaho, Kentucky, and Texas sought similar relief. , Moved to the state court on Monday.

Four are one of the 13 states with a "trigger law" designed to ban or severely limit abortion after the Supreme Court overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling. .. Friday.

In Louisiana, a temporary abortion service that had been suspended since Friday was resumed, and on Monday Judge Robin Jarussso of the Orleans Parish Civil Court blocked the state's execution. Detention Orderを発行しました。その禁止。

This order was filed by the Hope Medical Group for Women in Shreveport, one of Louisiana's three abortion clinics, and the Louisiana Trigger Act. Was issued shortly after claiming that "it lacks the constitutional safeguards necessary to prevent arbitrary enforcement."

The judge has set up a July 8 hearing to decide whether to further prevent the enforcement of the ban. It said Hope Medical violated the right to due process under the State Constitution.

In Kentucky, two abortion clinics, including an affiliate of Planned Parenthood, have challenged state courts against a full abortion ban and another six-week ban enacted in 2019. I did it. Self-determination under the State Constitution.

In Idaho, a "trigger" law banning abortion passed by a Republican-controlled state legislature in 2020 with a planned parent-child affiliate in the state's Supreme Court. Requested to prevent the enforcement of. .19.

Last year, in Republican-led Texas, where a six-week post-pregnancy abortion ban came into effect, Harris County judges hear a debate on Tuesday about whether to block pre-execution by authorities. .. -Roev. Prohibition of abortion by Wade.

Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton advised on Friday that the state's 2021 trigger ban will not come into effect for 30 days after the Supreme Court's ruling, but prosecutors are based on pre-1973 law. He said he could file a lawsuit immediately.

Republican Attorney General of Louisiana, Jeff Landry said in a statement that his office was "ready to comply with these laws in state courts, just like in federal courts." It's done. "

Kentucky and Idaho Republicans Daniel Cameron and Lawrence Wasden did not respond to requests for comment, nor did Paxton.

This case is one of several Republican-backed and challenging abortion laws under the post-Constitution of the United States Supreme Court.

A parent-child relationship Utah branch planned on Saturday appeals for a ban on triggers in the state, and abortion advocates plan to challenge the ban on abortion in Ohio six weeks after it went into effect on Friday. I have.

In Florida, a group of abortion donors filed an objection to the state's new Republican ban on abortion 15 weeks after pregnancy in front of a judge in a state court. This is a violation of the Florida Constitution. (Report by Nate Raymond in Boston, edited by Bill Burke and Josie Khao)