(CNN)Florida law prohibiting miscarriage in 15 weeks will make the state judge on Tuesday It remains valid after filing a staying appeal. Orders temporarily block the ban.
In an oral ruling last week, Judge John Cooper of the Second Court of Justice said that Florida law is unconstitutional and has been filed by some Florida abortion providers. He said he would issue a temporary injunction to the entire state. The law known as House Bill 5 came into effect on Friday.
Cooper signed a written order on Tuesday morning. Shortly thereafter, however, Republican Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody filed an appeal on behalf of the state and automatically maintained the judge's orders under Florida law.
The plaintiff stated that he intends to file a petition for the resurrection of the injunction.
Florida previously allowed miscarriage until late pregnancy, but either saved the lives of pregnant women or gave them "imminent and irreversible physical disability. Except for avoiding "serious risks".
HB 5 bans miscarriage after 15 weeks and exempts fatal fetal abnormalities if two doctors confirm the diagnosis in writing. Exemptions from rape, incest, or personal trafficking are not permitted.
In his written order, Mr. Cooper said the plaintiffs "are quite likely to succeed on the benefits of their claim that HB5 violates the rights of privacy contained in the Florida Constitution." Stated.