‘The state generally cannot regulate an activity if that regulation burdens religious exercise,’ said judge Daniel D Domenico. Abortion foes claim practice can be used to halt medication abortion while studies don’t support potentially harmful theory
A law that would have been the first in the United States to ban a controversial practice known as “abortion pill reversal” cannot take effect, a judge ruled late Saturday.
US district court judge Daniel D Domenico granted a preliminary injunction in the case, ruling in favor of a Catholic health clinic that had argued the law infringed on its first amendment rights.Anti-abortion groups sue […]
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