Georgia Supreme Court reverses decision to block 6-week abortion ban

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The Georgia Supreme Court reinstated the state's strict six-week abortion ban just a week after a lower court overturned the law, the Washington Post reported Wednesday.
The unilateral ruling approves an emergency motion filed by the state after the ban was lifted on November 15. The Supreme Court will pause the previous order while it considers an appeal, the Post said.
Last week, Fulton County Superior Court Justice Robert McBurney blocked Georgia's LIFE Act, also known as the "Heartbeat Act." In his ruling, he noted that "this country's supreme law has been unequivocal — and has been for nearly half a century — that laws unduly restricting pre-viability abortion are unconstitutional," per CNN. When the law was originally signed into law by Gov. Brian Kemp (R) in 2019, the US Supreme Court ruled Roe v. Wade not lifted yet. The Georgia Attorney General had appealed that ruling to the Supreme Court, beginning the latest reversal.
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The latest Supreme Court ruling means access to abortion will be restricted again after six weeks with immediate effect. According to the summary judgment, seven of the judges agreed with the decision, while one was disqualified and another did not participate.
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