Sunday, July 1, 2012

Center for Reproductive Rights Files Federal Lawsuit Challenging Mississippi TRAP Law

Center for Reproductive Rights – Press Release: Center for Reproductive Rights Takes Legal Action to Keep Last Abortion Clinic in Mississippi Open:

Image1 New federal lawsuit challenges unconstitutional state law designed to halt reproductive health services for all women in the state as of July 1

Mississippi’s latest attempt to shut down its one remaining clinic providing abortion services would effectively ban abortion in the state and is patently unconstitutional, according a new legal challenge filed in federal court today by the Center for Reproductive Rights.
 
House Bill 1390, which was signed into law on April 16, imposes medically unwarranted requirements that any physician performing abortions in the state be a board certified or eligible obstetrician-gynecologist with admitting privileges at an area hospital. . . .

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