Texas Supreme Court Reverses Judge

With the recent dismemberment of Roe v. Wade, abortion has become a state by state issue.

That seems pretty clear, until you hear about one Texas judge that wasn’t willing to play by the rules.

Despite the state’s law saying otherwise, one lower level Houston judge blocked a ban on abortions.

Luckily, common sense was restored pretty quickly.

By the State Supreme Court.

Texas’ Supreme Court acted quickly, issuing a ruling upholding the state’s bans on abortions and reversing the lower judge’s earlier ruling allowing abortions to continue in the Lone Star State.

The order from the Supreme Court of the state pushed the issue to a hearing next week.

However, in the meantime, state officials can continue to enforce the ban.

The lower judge had ruled in regards to Texas’ 100-year-old abortion law, which had been irrelevant for decades because of Roe v. Wade.

After America’s Supreme Court’s decision to revoke Roe v. Wade, Texas’ law was quickly thrust back in the spotlight.

At least for now, it’s here to stay.

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