Abortions to resume in Indiana following judge's ruling, thoughts?

"It really is a day of victory for all people in Indiana," said Dr. Katie McHugh, an OB-GYN and abortion provider in Indiana.
After a special judge granted the ACLU's request for a preliminary injunction on Indiana's new abortion ban law, the ruling Thursday will allow elective abortions to resume legally in the Hoosier state.

Planned Parenthood, which operates multiple clinics across the state, says they're prepared to resume abortions as early as Sept. 22. They sent this statement following the ruling:
In recent months, Indiana has become an important regional hub to provide abortion care to patients in Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, and beyond. As so many nearby states have banned abortion, we have seen an influx in out of state patients coming to Indiana for care. This makes today’s preliminary injunction even more important – every day that we can provide abortion care, is a day that the people of Indiana have control over their bodies and their future. This is a win for the entire state.
Others will resume operations more gradually, getting everything back up and running over the next few days. Already, schedules are filling up fast with appointments.

Abortions to resume in Indiana following judges ruling, thoughts?
Abortions to resume in Indiana following judge's ruling, thoughts?
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