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Florida’s law banning abortions at 15 weeks will remain in effect after the state filed an appeal Tuesday that stayed a state judge’s order temporarily blocking the ban.
(Some of the news stories below may require a subscription to read.) DeSantis vows to continue legal fight to appeal judge’s ruling on abortion ban
See press statement from plaintiffs and litigators in the lawsuit. A Florida court indicated today that it would issue an order blocking the state’s 15-week ban on abortion. The law — which is scheduled to take effect tomorrow, July 1 — prevents people from getting an abortion and threatens to imprison doctors for providing necessary care for their patients.