Louisiana judge blocks statewide ban on abortion

28/06/2022 00:10:00

A US judge today blocked a statewide ban on abortion in Louisiana and clinics in Idaho, Kentucky, Mississippi and Texas sued seeking similar relief.

A US judge today blocked a statewide ban on abortion in Louisiana and clinics in Idaho, Kentucky, Mississippi and Texas sued seeking similar relief.

A US judge today blocked a statewide ban on abortion in Louisiana and clinics in Idaho, Kentucky, Mississippi and Texas sued seeking similar relief.

It follows last Friday's Supreme Court decision to overturn the constitutional right to the procedure for American women.11:00 PM - 24 Jun 2022 Listen to this episode Share this article Dublin Bus and its employees have a new community partnership with LGBT Ireland for Pride 2022.Expand Padraig Harrington of Ireland plays a shot on the 18th hole during the third round of the US Senior Open Championship at Saucon Valley Country Club.A CORK RNLI crew last night came to the assistance of two sailors who had run into challenging weather during their crossing of the Atlantic.

The five states are among the 13 with"trigger laws" designed to ban or severely restrict abortions once the Supreme Court overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v Wade ruling.In Louisiana, abortion services that had been halted since Friday began resuming after Orleans Parish Civil District Court Judge Robin Giarrusso today issued a temporary restraining order blocking the state from carrying out its ban.Jim strongly believes that everyone should be able to love who they want to love and that is something that he has taught his 4 children.The order came shortly after Hope Medical Group for Women in Shreveport - one of Louisiana's three abortion clinics - sued, arguing Louisiana's trigger laws"lack constitutionally required safeguards to prevent arbitrary enforcement.Harrington owned a one-shot lead after 36 holes." The judge set a 8 July hearing to decide whether to further block enforcement of the ban, which Hope Medical said violated its due process rights under the state's constitution.Adrian agrees that their relationship is like any normal relationship.In Republican-led Texas, where a ban on abortions after six weeks of pregnancy went into effect last year, a judge in Harris County will hear arguments tomorrow on whether to block officials from enforcing pre-Roe v Wade abortion prohibitions.It was launched immediately under the command of Coxswain Dean Hegarty with crew Dave O’Donovan, David Lynch, Marc O’Hare, Donagh Murphy and Dion Kelly.

Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton had said in a Friday advisory that while the state's 2021 trigger ban would not take effect for 30 days after the Supreme Court's ruling, prosecutors could immediately pursue cases based on pre-1973 laws.They mutually support each other.Harrington posted his lowest 54-hole score (202) on the Champions Tour in pursuit of his first victory on the circuit.In Idaho, a Planned Parenthood affiliate asked the state's highest court to block enforcement of a"trigger" law banning abortion that the Republican-controlled state legislature passed in 2020 that would take effect on 19 August.Similar lawsuits were filed by abortion providers in Kentucky and Mississippi, asking state courts to block enforcement of"trigger" bans that they say would violate the states' constitutions.Drivers for 24 years, Jim and Aidan spoke to Alison Curtis and Weekend Breakfast all about the 'By Your Side' initiative.Republican Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry in a statement said his office was"fully prepared to defend these laws in our state courts, just as we have in our federal courts."I'm not really sure what to think," Harrington said." His Republican counterparts in Kentucky and Mississippi, Daniel Cameron and Lynn Fynch, did not respond to requests for comment, nor did Mr Paxton.Once in calmer waters, a lifeboat volunteer went aboard to assist with berthing the yacht at Castletownbere pier.


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