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Judges block Louisiana's abortion "trigger law" from coming into force

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A Louisiana judge temporarily blocked three state laws banning abortion on Monday. The

abortion limit was written to take effect if theSupreme Courtoverturned the Roe v. Wade case on Friday. Several states across the country have enacted similar legislation known as the "trigger law."

According to a copy of the order originally obtained by Reuters, Judge Robin Jarussso of the Orleans Parish Civil District Court issued a temporary block shortly after the state's abortion clinic filed a proceeding. .. The clinic argued that abortion restrictions, which ban virtually all abortions in the state, violate the right to due process and "lack the constitutional necessary safeguards to prevent arbitrary enforcement."

Giarrusso will hold a hearing on July 8 to decide whether to block the law more broadly, in accordance with the order.

Hundreds of people gathered outside the Supreme Court awaiting the Dobbs ruling.

Hundreds of people gather outside the Supreme Court , The ruling that was waiting for Dobbs. (Photo by Joshua Comins / Fox News)

The Supreme Court voted to overturn the Roe v. Wade case on Friday, and the state government regulated abortion for the first time I made it possible since 1973.

Twelve other US states have passed a trigger law similar to Louisiana.