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Where the "trigger law" for abortion comes into force after the Supreme Court overturns the Roe v. Wade case

Washington (CNN)The Supreme Court's majority overturning the Roe v. Wade caseputs the state in asetting. I was able to startmy own abortion policy. Just days after the ruling, the patchwork system was already in place, and for many, access to the procedure is determined by whether the state is dominated by the Republican Party or the Democratic Party.

The so-calledTrigger Act-a ban designed to take effect in the overthrow of the Roe v. Wade case-is enforceable in some states following the Supreme Court's ruling. In other states, the ban awaits official action.

Here, there are "trigger methods" for abortion in some states.

Will come into effect or will come into effect soon

Restrictive abortion law will come into effect In at least six states after the court has ruled:Arkansas,Kentucky,Missouri,South DakotaandWisconsin

In Wisconsin, Republican-controlled legislature refused to abolish the 1849 state law banning special session abortions convened by Democratic Governor Tony Evers last Wednesday. -Allows it to come into effect again after the High Court overturns Roe. In

andMississippi, the Trigger Act was approved by Prosecutor Lynn Fitch on Monday, according to a statement from her office. Mississippi law states that abortion is banned in the state within 10 days of the Prosecutor's Confirmation of Roe's capsizing. There are limited exceptions in the case of rape, or if the procedure saves the life of a pregnant person. The state passed another 15-week abortion ban in 2018. This was the law at the heart of the case that the Supreme Court ruled last week.

Waiting for a state or court proceeding

WyomingIn the state "trigger law", the governor decides the Supreme Court. It will take effect 5 days after proof. ..

In North Dakota, the 2007 ban on abortion takes effect 30 days after the law is approved by the Legislative Council's nonpartisan Legislative Council President of the State Prosecutor's Office.

Idaho, TennesseeandTexashave legislation that will come into effect 30 days after the Supreme Court has ruled differently from the opinion issued last week. .. The Attorney Generals of Texas and Idaho say it could take another 30 days for the judgment to be issued and the law to come into force.

Court battle in progress

In dozens and above, court battles are underway over abortion bans and extreme restrictions on procedures.

Oklahomais one of the latest states facing new legal action to challenge abortion bans, and provider groups will be in state Supreme Court on Friday this year. We are calling for the prevention of the enacted abortion law. There is also an abortion ban before Roe over a century ago. In

Louisiana, the state's local judge temporarily blocked the state from "enforcing or implementing" an abortion ban that came into effect shortly after the Supreme Court's decision on Monday. Did. The law, on behalf of the Hope Medical Group for Women and Medical Students for Choice, was challenged by Reproductive Rights and the Boies Schiller Flexner LLP, arguing that the ban was unconstitutionally ambiguous.

In Utah, District Judge Andrew Stone issues a temporary restraint order to prevent enforcement of state trigger law from Utah's planned parent-child relationship. I requested. This allows the abortion to last for 14 days.

Other restrictive abortion bans have been lifted

In addition to the so-called trigger law being enforced, many states are restricted A law in the light of the High Court's ruling that has resolved a court order that prevents the execution of an abortion.

Alabamafederal judge grants an urgent petition to end an injunction against Alabama's "Life Protection Act" on Friday after the Supreme Court has issued its opinion. I did. Attorney General of Alabama Steve Marshall alleged that the court issued an injunction against the enforcement of the law for "violating a clear Supreme Court case," and the High Court overturned Law. , This allegation has been revoked.

OhioAttorney General David Yost tweeted on Friday that the injunction to block the state's abortion ban had been lifted, saying: "

On Friday, the Ohio Supreme Court offered a state abortion to suspend the state's abortion ban, usually about six weeks after pregnancy, after fetal heart activity was detected."

The provider was passed in 2019, but the law, which only came into effect last week after the U.S. Supreme Court ended federal protection of abortion rights, Allegedly violated the Ohio Constitution. A six-week abortion ban may continue to be enforced while the case is in progress.

MondaySouth Carolina { A federal judge of 99} was able to enforce the so-called abortion law in South Carolina in about six weeks. Attorney General Alan Wilsonwas shortly after thelaw was enforced.

This story has been updated with additional development.