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Supreme Court refuses to block Texas abortion restrictions
Published November 19, 2013
FoxNews.com
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July 12, 2013: Sen. Wendy Davis, D-FortWorth, center, talks to supporters, using a megaphone outside the Texas Capitol after the Texas Senate passed an abortion bill in Austin, Texas.AP

 

DEVELOPING: The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to block controversial Texas abortion restrictions that have been called some of the strictest in the country.

 

The court by a 5-4 vote denied a request by Planned Parenthood to block a ruling by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, which allows key parts of the Texas abortion law to stay in effect while the case plays out.

 

The ruling means that a provision will remain in effect requiring abortion doctors to have admitting privileges to a hospital within a certain geographic location. Planned Parenthood is arguing this provision makes it difficult for Texas women to obtain an abortion.

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Supreme Court refuses to block Texas abortion restrictions

Published November 19, 2013
FoxNews.com
Abortion%20Restrictions660.jpg?ve=1

July 12, 2013: Sen. Wendy Davis, D-FortWorth, center, talks to supporters, using a megaphone outside the Texas Capitol after the Texas Senate passed an abortion bill in Austin, Texas.AP

 

DEVELOPING: The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to block controversial Texas abortion restrictions that have been called some of the strictest in the country.

 

The court by a 5-4 vote denied a request by Planned Parenthood to block a ruling by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, which allows key parts of the Texas abortion law to stay in effect while the case plays out.

 

The ruling means that a provision will remain in effect requiring abortion doctors to have admitting privileges to a hospital within a certain geographic location. Planned Parenthood is arguing this provision makes it difficult for Texas women to obtain an abortion.

 

Very temporary situation. I wouldn't get real used to it if I were you. Those 5 justices, and I use that term very loosely, just did more to turn out the women, African American, Hispanic, Asian, and Youth vote in Texas than any amount of money could. As usual being the short sighted rightwinger you are, you once again fail to realize that Texas is slowly but surely turning blue, and there will be another election after the next one, and the next one, and the next one, and the next one. In the not so distant future, the way many states are turning blue, the court will become irrelevant as those states repeal all of those anti choice laws and replace them with not only the laws that were originally in place, but many, many new ones that make any future anti choice nutjobs ability to change them again all but impossible. But hey, by all means enjoy your short term and temporary victory. See you in the next elections.

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