A ruling Thursday temporarily blocks the state from enforcing TRAP provisions against the sole provider in the area.
Competing motions filed by attorneys for the State of Alabama and three abortion clinics in the state have asked a federal court to rule without a trial on the constitutionality of the state’s admitting privileges law.
Clinics may close because of a TRAP law in the state, but employers won’t be able to block birth control coverage.
The governor has signed HB 57 into law, but women’s health and rights groups vow to challenge it in court.
As HB 57 gets signed into law, the clock starts ticking on the fate of every clinic in Alabama.
The state legislature waited for activists to leave the Capitol, then voted through a bill that may close all abortion clinics in the state.
The legislature is claiming new clinic rules are for women’s safety. But the governor will close the clinics for God.