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Abortion

The Sixth Circuit denied Tennessee’s motion for a stay of an order enjoining a state statute that imposed a 48 or 24 hour waiting period on women seeking an abortion. A stay would harm women seeking an abortion and the “public has no interest in the enforcement of an unconstitutional law,” the court ruled.

CINCINNATI — The Sixth Circuit let Tennessee enforce an enjoined law imposing a 48- or 24-hour waiting period on women seeking an abortion. A stay would harm women seeking an abortion and the “public has no interest in the enforcement of an unconstitutional law,” the court ruled.

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