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Louisiana's AG warns doctors against performing abortions

Jun 30, 2022 View Original Article
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    38% Medium Conservative

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    62% Very Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -35% Negative

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46% : Attorneys for a Louisville clinic argued that Kentucky's constitution allows for abortion.
43% : State District Judge Robin Giarusso in New Orleans on Monday issued a temporary restraining order banning enforcement of the Louisiana law, pending a court hearing on a lawsuit filed by a north Louisiana abortion clinic and others.
40% : Louisiana and Kentucky are among states that had "trigger" laws designed to ban abortion, with few exceptions, in anticipation of a Supreme Court ruling ending abortion rights.
39% : The plaintiffs in the lawsuit don't deny that Louisiana can now ban abortion.
37% : Friday's high court decision has set off legal battles in multiple states where lawmakers have sought to ban or restrict abortion.
18% : In a letter to the Louisiana State Medical Society, Attorney General Jeff Landry said that the state judge's Monday order blocking enforcement "has limited reach" and abortion has been a crime since Friday's decision giving states the power to outlaw abortions.

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