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Louisiana abortion ban case awaits ruling from state judge

Jul 19, 2022 View Original Article
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  • Policy Leaning

    80% Extremely Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -5% Negative

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47% : Attorneys for the plaintiffs want the judge to keep blocking enforcement as their suit is litigated.
44% : A New Orleans judge issued a temporary order blocking enforcement of the state ban on June 27.
38% : Following the historic ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, Louisiana was one of just three states to have immediate trigger laws restricting abortions, including a ban on abortion after six weeks of pregnancy.
38% : In the lawsuit, plaintiffs don't deny that Louisiana can now outlaw abortion, but they claim that the state ban is unconstitutionally vague due to multiple, conflicting trigger mechanisms.
35% : A temporary order blocking enforcement of the trigger laws on a state ban on abortion will be kept in place until Tuesday, when a state judge will hear further arguments from the state and an abortion clinic and others who are challenging the state ban.
34% : The first of Louisiana's trigger laws was passed in 2006, stating that abortion under all circumstances except due to certain medical circumstances would become criminal offenses.
31% : A third trigger law was enacted just days later, stating that it will ban abortion after 15 weeks of gestation, as opposed to the first and second bans on abortion at any point.

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