Chloe Atkins reports on NBC News Digital.
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A Louisiana judge issued aorder on Monday to temporarily restrict the state from forcing an abortion ban. The procedure has been resumed immediately.
Orleans Parish Civil District Court Judge Robin Giarrusso acknowledged the plaintiff's request for selection of women and medical students in the desired medical group.
Friday's US Supreme Courtoverturned the Roe v. Wade case. It has given women the constitutional right to abortion for nearly 50 years.
More than 12 states have set up so-called trigger laws that are written to ban or severely limit abortion and take effect immediately if the Roe v. Wade case is overturned.
A Louisiana healthcare provider stopped abortion on Friday. According to the reproductive rights group, the legality of abortion was unclear due to the ambiguous bill.
"The Louisiana court has made the right call today to quickly prevent this unjustified ban from coming into effect," said Jenny Ma, senior lawyer at the Center for Reproductive Rights. According to the painter.
"At a very dark time in our history, this is incredibly welcome news. This is that Louisiana patients still have access to the basic medical care they need. Access to abortion is important every second. The battle is not over yet, but we will do our best to maintain access to abortion in Louisiana and throughout the country. "
John Governor Bell Edwards and representatives of Justice Secretary Jeff Laundry were unable to contact immediately for comment on Monday.
In a statement on Friday, Edwards declared that he was "not shyly opposed to abortion," but as there were no exceptions to rape and incest, he called for a change in Louisiana's trigger law. There is. ..
"As I have said many times before, women who are survivors of rape and incest should be able to decide whether to continue the pregnancy that is the result of criminal activity. I believe, "Edwards said on Friday.
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