State’s “Trigger Law” Temporarily Blocked By Louisiana Judge

State’s “Trigger Law” Temporarily Blocked By Louisiana Judge

On Monday, a court in Louisiana temporarily invalidated three state laws that would have outlawed almost all abortions. If the Supreme Court ever overruled Roe v. Wade, as it did on Friday, the abortion restrictions were supposed to go into force. Similar legislation, referred to as “trigger laws,” have been passed by several states across the US. Shortly after an abortion clinic in the state filed a lawsuit, Orleans Parish Civil District Court Judge Robin Giarrusso ordered the temporary halt, according to the ruling. The Center for Reproductive Rights, which represents abortion organizations, claims that the restrictions on abortion are…


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