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Michigan's largest health system makes it clear that it will provide abortion when "medically necessary"

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After the Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade case on Friday, Michigan's largest health care system discontinues abortion services unless women's lives are at stake. I announced that. The system, in a Sunday update, said it would "evolve" its approach and "continue our practice of providing abortion when medically needed."

"We continue to believe that these decisions are personal and private and are best made between a woman and her doctor," Beaumont- Spectrum Health said on Sunday. "We continue to provide care for women's health, including reproductive needs."

Healthcare providers throughout Michiganhave abortions. We are working on a new legal situation following the Supreme Court's decision to return the matter to the state. 

Abortion-rights protesters gather outside the Supreme Court in Washington, Friday, June 24, 2022. 

Abortion protesters are in the Supreme Court Washington Court Gathering Outside, Friday, June 24, 2022.  (AP Photo / Jose Luis Magana)

A 1931 Law, dormant after the Roe v. Wade incident in 1973 Now that the condition is in place, performing an abortion becomes a Michigan ferrony. 

Judge Elizabeth Gracher of the Claims Court last month ruled that it may have violated the Michigan Constitution and temporarily suspended the ban. 

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Temporary Injunctions will remain in place until Gleicher makes a final judgment or the High Court intervenes. 

"We are aware of the 1931 Michigan Act, but medically necessary until it becomes clear, given the uncertainty and confusion surrounding its enforcement. We will continue the practice of providing abortion in the event of an abortion, "Beaumont-Spectrum Health said. "We call on theMichigan Courtto bring clarity as soon as possible."

How the health system needs to be "medically needed" on Sunday Did not immediately respond to a request for comment on what is defined. 

Members of the House of Representatives walk from the Capitol to the Supreme Court to protest the abortion decision, Friday, June 24, 2022.

Members of the House of Representatives protest the decision to abort Capitol to the Supreme Court for Friday, June 24, 2022.(AP Photo / Steve Helber)

University of Michigan Health System "While various state law criminal law challenges pass through court", abortion service He said he would continue to provide. 

Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmerintervened in the Michigan Supreme Courtand requested that the issue be ruled.

"Under Michigan law, access to abortion needs to be made clear that it is not only legal, but also constitutionally protected," Whitmer said in a statement on Friday. "If the law of 1931 comes into force, it will punish women and deprive them of their right to make decisions about their bodies."

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Whitmer will be reelected in November. Both houses of the Michigan State Parliament are governed by the Republicans who want to enforce the 1931 law.

Paul Best is a FoxNews Digital reporter. Story tips can be sent Twitter (@KincaidBest).