"It's starting again." This is how the injunction of US District Judge Carlton Reeves, who blocked a block of six on Friday, begins , Week abortion ban in Mississippi take effect. Half a year ago Reeves also stated that a 15-week ban, which he called "pure gas light," was unconstitutional.
"The entry into force of the law would force the clinic to discontinue most abortion treatments," Reeves wrote. "SB 2116 prevents the free choice of a woman who is central to personal dignity and autonomy." The law should come into force in July.
In recent months, there has been a wave of abortion restrictions in state homes in the US Some supporters of the fight against abortion are confident that the Supreme Court's verdict on Roe v. Wade is the groundbreaking ruling of 1973. Almost all of the country, including an almost complete ban, was enacted last week in Alabama
"The Supreme Court has never wavered in its involvement in Roe ," Hillary Schneller, attorney at the Center for Reproductive Rights, told Mother Jones . The organization, acting on behalf of the last abortion clinic of the state lawsuit against the Missis Sippi's ban, litigation is currently underway in about two dozen other abortion-related cases. On a possible state challenge to the injunction, Schneller said: "It is not difficult for a federal court to decide on it, and it continues to reaffirm this clear principle, which the court has repeatedly confirmed."
Reeves agreed: " If a fetus is not viable after 15 weeks, it will not be viable after 6 weeks. "
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