Appeals court grants stay in abortion law case

November 6, 2013

ed-sterling-mugA three-judge panel of the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Oct. 31  granted the state an emergency stay, allowing a certain contested portion of the Texas abortion law to remain in effect for the time being.

The action stems from a case brought by Planned Parenthood Greater Texas Surgical Health Services and more than a dozen other plaintiff entities and individuals who filed suit to stop the state from enforcing two new portions in the abortion law, Chapter 171 of the state Health and Safety Code.

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