Louisiana Judges Automatically Complete Almost All Abortions on Monday Blocked the law prohibiting abortion. United StatesState after the Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade case.
In some states, including Louisiana, there was a "trigger law" in a book that would come into effect if the groundbreaking ruling of 1973 was overturned.
Friday's High Court ruling has led to the Roe v. Wade case, and the conservative state enacting such a law is to ban abortion partially or almost entirely. We are moving forward.
However, Judge Robin Jarusso said on Monday, at least temporarily, Louisiana. In favor of state abortion providers, the state's rapid ban violated their due process protection.
Plaintiffs, in collaboration with the Center for Productive Rights, also alleged that the state's trigger law did not include a specific date on which abortion would be illegal after the reversal of Law.
Orleans Parrish's Giarrusso saidwill have additional hearings next month before deciding whether to extend his current stay.
The Louisiana Trigger Act allows abortion only when the mother's life is at stake, and does not specify exceptions to rape or incest.
The reversal of the Roe v. Wade case deprived the federal right to abortion and allowed the state to enact its own relevant legislation.
A total of 13 states, including Texas, Missouri, and Tennessee, have enacted bills calling for an abortion ban within 30 days of the overthrow of the Roe v. Wade case.
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