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Decision on Preliminary Injunction Expected in Coming Days

Decision on Preliminary Injunction Expected in Coming Days Today’s Hearing Set Stage for Life Prevailing in Louisiana Baton Rouge – Today 19th Judicial District Court Judge Don Johnson did not make a final decision regarding the request for a preliminary injunction filed by Hope Medical Group for Women against the 2006 Human Life Protection Act,…

Judge Blocks Louisiana’s Pro-Life Law Again, Hearing Set for Monday

Late this afternoon, 19th Judicial District Court Judge Don Johnson blocked Louisiana’s pro-life law protecting babies from abortion by issuing a new Temporary Restraining Order (TRO). Judge Johnson scheduled a hearing for Monday July 18th on whether to adopt a preliminary injunction. In June, Louisiana’s largest abortion business, Hope Medical Group for Women in Shreveport,…

Woman’s New Life Clinic Attacked by Abortion Group

Baton Rouge – Late last night, Woman’s New Life Clinic in Baton Rouge was attacked allegedly by Jane’s Revenge, a dangerous pro-abortion group that targets pregnancy centers. The group is responsible for other attacks across the country including arson and firebombing. The messages, pictured above, plastered on the building included the number “1312” and the…

TRO Lifted, Louisiana Pro-Life Laws in Effect!

This afternoon Civil Judge Ethel Simms Julien ruled that the plaintiffs for Hope Medical Group for Women had improper venue and transferred the case to East Baton Rouge Parish courts. The plaintiffs requested extension of the Temporarily Restraining Order, however Judge Julien denied the motion because she no longer has jurisdiction.  Benjamin Clapper, Executive Director of…

Louisiana Supreme Court Denies Petition to Dissolve TRO from Hope Medical Group

The Louisiana Supreme Court denied Attorney General Jeff Landry’s petition to dissolve the Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) from Hope Medical Group. The majority decision against the Attorney General was joined by Justices Crichton, Hughes, Genovese, and Griffin.  Justice Hughes concurred in the decision.  Justices Crain and McCallum dissented and would have dissolved the TRO.  Chief…