Judges of the Supreme court not to revive Alabama’s ban on abortion procedure

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The Supreme court is not abortions to revive Alabama’s ban the most commonly used procedure in second trimester. The measure was blocked by lower courts.

The judge refused on Friday, the state appeal, in which it tries to enforce, a law passed in the year 2016, that the bans on the abortion procedure known as dilation and evacuation.


Alabama attorney General Steve Marshall is calling the procedure “dismemberment abortion.” Dishes similar laws have been blocked in Kansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas.

Court records show 93% of all abortions in Alabama occur before 15 weeks of pregnancy. For 7% of the abortions which occur later, are almost all, by dilation and evacuation.

U.S. district judge Myron Thompson found that the Alabama law would be a virtual prohibition of abortion in the state after 15 weeks of pregnancy.

11. U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Thompson’s decision to block the law, but two of the three judges on the panel, said they have chosen to claim that just because you are bound by the recent Supreme court decision support the right to abortion.

Chief Judge Ed Carnes wrote that “mutilation” is an accurate description for the procedure, but decided against the state.

“In our legal system, there is only one Supreme court, and we are not it,” he wrote.

The Supreme court is likely to hear an election year, the case of abortion, a challenge to a Louisiana law that requires doctors performing abortions to have admitting privileges in nearby hospitals. A district court judge who found blocking the state from enforcing the law, it would close one or two of the three abortion clinics.


The 5. U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the law and would have still pending a Supreme court appeal can. But the judge kept the law on hold in a 5-4 vote in February, to a complete review of the case.

Louisiana was among the 21 States that asked the high court to hear the Alabama case. Other States, such as Louisiana, have passed sweeping abortion restrictions, including a ban on abortion as early as six weeks, when a fetal heartbeat can be detected. Alabama is a separate virtual abortion prescribed ban is also being challenged in federal court.

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