Anti-Abortion Group Cannot Enforce New Texas Law, Judge Rules

A Texas judge issued an injunction Monday preventing Texas Right to Life from enforcing the state’s new abortion law.

The judge ruled that until at least next April, when a trial on the case’s merits is set to be held, the anti-abortion group cannot sue certain Planned Parenthood outlets, their staff, and physicians for breaking the Texas Heartbeat Act, the Daily Wire reports.

Planned Parenthood spokeswoman Helene Krasnoff said in a statement: ”We are relieved that the Travis County district court has entered a temporary injunction against Texas Right to Life and anyone working with them.”

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