The United States’ federal appeals court granted Texas temporary reinstatement of the law against abortion after six weeks.
Madrid (European News) – Texas allowed Friday to temporarily restore the law against abortion after six weeks of gestation, after the state appealed against a court order that had blocked the legislation.
The Fifth U.S. Court of Appeals was the most conservative U.S. Court of Appeals located in New Orleans and quickly responded to Ken Paxton’s appeal. It gave the green light for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to continue to enforce restrictive laws. . “Hill”, reports that you can abort your baby by raising the lock and then reviewing the matter.
Robert Pitman, a Texas Judge, issued a Wednesday order to cancel legislation that had been in place since September. Pitman stressed that the law “illegally prohibits women from controlling her lives,” and called it an “offensive deprived of “important rights.” “.
Although Pittman’s decision was a victory in favor of abortion advocates and Joe Biden’s administration, it was only temporary due to an appeal from the Texas Attorney General’s Office.
Texas banned abortions again after six weeks of pregnancy. This was just one day after certain clinics in the area resumed operations and opened appointments. Others are still waiting for the lifting of the lockdown.
If the clinic continues to interrupt the pregnancy in these circumstances, the women will be at risk of being sued. Texas law says that if an order is not granted, and the block is later lifted, the abortion center will hold them responsible.
Texas law is among the most restrictive in the United States. It prohibits abortions before women are aware they are pregnant. The rules state that abortion is illegal if a fetal beat is detected. This is usually before the woman realizes she is pregnant. Incest and rape are prohibited, but there are exceptions in cases of medical emergencies.
It also permits citizens to bring civil suits against anyone who violates the law that aids pregnant women in having abortions.
This is the first instance of a law that prohibits abortion after six weeks.