New Louisiana abortion laws facing a court challenge
Posted on 7/6/2016 2:07:00 AM.

Abortion providers in Louisiana have filed suit over seven abortion laws enacted this year. The Center for Reproductive Rights brought forward the federal suit to keep the rules from taking effect on August 1. But Deanna Wallace with Louisiana Right to Life says these laws are needed, because abortion doctors refuse to consider common sense protections for the safety of women.
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Abortion doctors still working to get admitting privileges
Posted on 9/30/2014 8:29:00 AM.
A federal judge receives an update today on how much progress abortion providers have made when it comes to obtaining privileges to admit patients at local hospitals. A state law requiring abortion doctors to have admitting privileges has been put on hold.

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Judge temporarily blocks enforcement of controversial abortion law
Posted on 9/1/2014 11:16:00 AM.
Michelle Southern reporting.
The law that would require abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at hospitals went into effect today, but a Louisiana judge rules officials can not enforce it yet. Abortion doctors who have started the application process can not be penalized under the order. 
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