Planned Parenthood Denied From Continuing Abortion Law Challenge by Texas Supreme Court

Planned Parenthood was struck with a blow Monday by the Texas Supreme Court after they denied their request to resume legal challenges to Texas’ new abortion law.

“The Texas Supreme Court on Monday denied Planned Parenthood’s request to resume its lawsuit that challenges the state’s near-total abortion ban, The Texas Tribune reported.”

As we previously reported, “Yesterday, we reported that the Supreme Court had declined to stop Texas from blocking almost all abortions after six weeks. Last night, they voted 5-4 to cement that decision.

The Texas Republican bill will stand, and almost bans all abortions. There is much speculation that Roe V. Wade could be in Jeopardy. Liberals are melting down on this news. Justice Sotomayor dissented and so-called conservative Justice Roberts joined with the liberals.

‘BREAKING: By 5-4 vote, Supreme Court refuses to block Texas six-week abortion ban, Sotomayor: “Presented with an application to enjoin a flagrantly unconstitutional law engineered to prohibit women from exercising their constitutional rights and evade judicial scrutiny, a majority of Justices have opted to bury their heads in the sand.'”

Following the Texas heartbeat bill becoming law, many Democrats and leftists were angered by this law and have begun to do everything in their power to have it removed one way or another. Planned Parenthood has already filed more than 10 lawsuits against the Texas abortion bill in hopes of it being struck down as “unconstitutional”.

With Planned Parenthood being the nation’s largest abortion provider, they clearly have a motive to stop this law as it could put them out of business. Some on the right may see planned parenthood as nothing else than a baby-killing factory while some on the left might argue they provide “essential” services to women.

Stay tuned to Media Right News for more updates.

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