Mandatory 24-Hour Abortion Delay Violates Privacy Rights, High Court Rules

, Daily Business Review


The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday imposed a temporary injunction on a law that mandates a 24-hour delay for women seeking abortions.

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  • Kidlawyer

    So since Rick doesn‘t like the outcome, he wants to change the rules or the rulemakers so that he can slant the law to the side he supports. What he will end up doing is sending the case up to the Supreme Court that will reverse his anti-choice court‘s decision. Another waste of time and money, but Rick thinks that he knows better than everyone else and that we should live by his rules. Ha!

  • Terrance

    Ok, let‘s talk about Rights! Article XIV in the US Constitution "nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws." When we know based on science and ultrasound technology when life begins, how can any person be neglected these basic rights, born or unborn? Both deserve "equal protection of the laws".

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