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Federal judges in 3 states block orders limiting abortion access over COVID-19

Federal judges in 3 states block orders limiting abortion access over COVID-19

Three federal judges issued orders on Monday requiring Alabama, Texas and Ohio to allow abortion clinics to stay open and keep providing services in the states.The states had outlawed non-medical procedures so that all health equipment and resources can be targeted at the coronavirus outbreak. However, Planned Parenthood and the ACLU filed lawsuits, arguing that the orders were unconstitutional.

Seekster 5 months

Can't allow a global pandemic to get in the way of legal infanticide.

Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 5 months

"Chinese virus killing the old? Great, we'll kill the unborn and meet halfway!" - Planned unParenthood

Dave 5 months

Well to be fair, if a woman wants an abortion, she is going to have one. Better for her to do it safely. Also if she wants an abortion, she probably wouldn't make a good mother. Better the fetus be aborted early than the kid grow up neglected, abused or shipped around orphanages and foster homes.

Robert_Clearwater 5 months

This is getting absolutely ridiculous. Why is PP wasting time making sure an abortion clinic remains open when in some parts of the country people are being fined and arrested for going outside? Why is PP obsessed with the idea of using precious medical resources for elective surgeries for whores? Why are there so many hyperventilating stooges ready to defend PP? It's all so tiresome.

GreenMachine 5 months

Nice to know where the priorities are. The gov't has shut down nearly every other business. You can freely walk around. All elective medical procedures have been tabled. But they can't touch the sacred right to an abortion. SMH... Priorities.

Tish Tosh
Tish Tosh 5 months

Why is it when conservatives hear "Planned Parenthood", they loose any and all ability to think critically and just start screaming "BABY KILLERS". Jesus people, they provide other incredibly important services, like birth control, STD testing, women's health exams (including testing for breast and cervical cancers) and even pre-natal care. If regular hospitals are closed to pregnant women (which they are, I have a pregnant friend who can't go to the regular clinic because they don't want healthy people going to hospitals) then a planned Parenthood, which has no ability to service a respiratory illness anyway, is a safe place for people to go for those other services, and absolutely need to stay open. Regardless of whether you're pro-life, pro-choice, or God forbid pro-abortion, having a facility for people to get sexual health services without risk of exposure to COVID, that's a good thing.

YourHighness 5 months

Good judgement.

YourHighness 5 months

Essential services including utilities, repair, health, etc are supposed to remain open. If an abortion is to be done lawfully, it must be done on time.

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 5 months

Pandemic or not, let's focus on the important things and let's keep killing babies!

Mutatis 5 months

Meh, that judicial rationale is weak at best. Under such reasoning the judge is undermining the state's elective procedure suspension overall, even if the obvious intention seems to be just twisting the law into pretzels to try and give unnecessary abortions a special exception over every other procedure that falls within the same category.

eclipseNF 5 months

Yay baby ending

Staghorn 5 months


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