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Judge Partially Blocks Mississippi TRAP Law: Doctors Will Not Be Penalized

Rogelio V. Solis/The Associated Press.

Judge Jordan will allow the new standards for doctors who perform more than 10 abortions a month to go into effect, but will block the doctors from being punished for not meeting them at this time.

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The Fate of Jackson Women’s Health Organization: What Judge Jordan May Be Thinking

The law meant to shut down the state’s only public abortion clinic is on hold, and the status of the clinic may be unclear for months or longer.

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BREAKING: Mississippi Judge Continues to Block TRAP Law

Judge Jordan rules to extend the temporary restraining order preventing H.B. 1390 from going into effect.

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Legal Experts Think Mississippi TRAP Law Won’t Survive Challenge

The future looks dim for a the bill ever becoming law, some experts say.

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State Of Mississippi: We’re Not Closing It Down “Immediately”

Dr. Mary Currier. [img src]

As the fight over Mississippi’s only remaining clinic continues, many are wondering how soon the state could be abortion-free.

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Mississippi Prepares to Go Into Action To Immediately Enforce TRAP Law

House Public Health Committee Chairman Sam Mims. [img src]

The new law goes into effect on July 1st.  The bill’s sponsor wants the clinic inspected on July 2nd.

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Mississippi Clinic Considers Suing Over TRAP Law

Governor Phil Bryant (R-MS). [img src]

If the governor signs the bill into law, he can expect to face a lawsuit from the sole clinic in the state.

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