A Louisiana judge has stopped the temporary retaining order against the Louisiana trigger law that went into effect following the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. The abortion ban is back in effect saving babies from abortions.
As LifeNews reported, the Louisiana Supreme Court temporarily blocked an abortion ban from saving babies and adding the state to the list of those already protecting unborn children. Louisiana was one of 13 states to immediately ban abortions.
The justices left in place a temporary restraining order a lower court put in place against the abortion ban on a 4-2 vote and said lower courts should resolve the issues first before it weighs in on whether the abortion ban is constitutional per the state constitution.
That set up a hearing today and the judge ruled that the lawsuit was filed at the improper venue and should have been filed elsewhere. State District Judge Ethel Julien lifted that order following a hearing on the lawsuit Friday during which she said the lawsuit should have been filed in the capital, Baton Rouge, not New Orleans.
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