New Orleans judges restored the rule that had been banned by order of the US administration
The Federal Court of Appeals in New Orleans has allowed Texas to return the controversialegge who bans more abortion in the state. This law, which went into effect on September 1, prohibits abortion as soon as a fetal heartbeat is detected, at about six weeks into pregnancy – when most women do not yet know they are pregnant. Temporarily blocked on Wednesday By a federal judge in Texas, after an appeal by the Biden administration. This court will not allow this appalling denial of such an important right to continue another day, the judge wrote in her decision. Then abortions resumed after six weeks in state clinics. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a Republican, appealed to the New Orleans federal court, considered one of the most conservative in the country, which ruled in his favour. Great news tonight, Paxton tweeted as soon as the appeal decision was made. He added to fight the excesses of the federal government at all times. In all likelihood, the US federal government is competing Decision of the Court of Appeals to the Supreme Court of the United States. The latter in 1973, in its symbolic Roe v. Wade ruling, guaranteed a woman’s right to have an abortion and stipulated that it be enforced until the fetus was no longer viable, i.e. about 22 weeks gestation. In recent years, laws similar to those in Texas have been passed by a dozen other conservative states and have been sentenced in court for violating this law.
Oct 9, 2021 (change on Oct 9, 2021 | 08:45)
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