Indiana's AG urged to appeal abortion ruling

Indiana's AG urged to appeal abortion ruling

Indiana's AG urged to appeal abortion ruling

Prior to the 2016 IN anti-abortion law, women could get an ultrasound IN the same visit as their abortion. After all, without federal tax dollars, Planned Parenthood would not be the single largest abortion provider in the United States.

A memo sent to the parties involved Tuesday by Judge Howard Sachs of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri said he's also chose to block a law requiring that abortion providers meet the same regulations as outpatient surgical centers.

Ilyse Hogue, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, called the legislation "one of the most extreme anti-abortion measures in the country".

U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt, who issued Friday's ruling, agreed. She further emphasized that there was an "almost complete lack of evidence that the law furthers the State's asserted justifications of promoting fetal life and women's mental health outcomes".

A preliminary injunction has been granted against the provision.

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The videos have sparked several states and federal level investigations into Planned Parenthood, and have revitalized the effort to defund the nation's leading abortion provider. It accuses Planned Parenthood of opposing the 18-hour ultrasound requirement for financial reasons. The Missouri law requires abortionists to have hospital admitting privileges for patient emergency situations, and abortion facilities to meet standards similar to outpatient surgical facilities.

An official ruling is expected next week, and the question of when the changes will take effect will depend on the solution agreed upon by the parties. He works as an Online Marketing Consultant for, providing web marketing services for clients in Albany, Goldsboro. Previously, it was possible for women to have the ultrasound and the abortion procedure on the same day.

The requirement that women undergo ultrasounds at least 18 hours before having an abortion had replaced a previous IN provision that required women to get an ultrasound before having an abortion but did not specify when that had to occur.

A federal judge in Indianapolis has blocked a state mandate that forced women to undergo an ultrasound at least 18 hours before having an abortion. Attorneys for the state of IN have not yet said if they will appeal the ruling. "It's a major victory for Planned Parenthood". "The court found that this new requirement resulted in a real impediment to women and served no legitimate goal", said Ken Falk, the ACLU of Indiana Legal Director.

There are six Planned Parenthood locations that provide the ultrasound services, meaning women who do not live near the centers have to travel to reach them, which could be costly, Pratt wrote. On the same day the state of California announced it was filing 15 felony charges against David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt of the Center for Medical Progress, the center released another undercover video that featured an interview with an Arizona abortionist who cut her teeth while working for Planned Parenthood.

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