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A judge has suspended a controversial abortion law in the US state of Texas, with the White House responding: “Important step.”

The Texas government is likely to appeal Judge Robert Pitman’s decision, U.S. journalist Bjorn Sonense said. “Until the case is finally decided in the U.S. Supreme Court, the nation’s Supreme Court, the goal is to settle all legal settlements on merit.”

The debate over abortion in the United States has erupted again in recent years, partly under the influence of Republican conservatives. The U.S. Supreme Court should again ban abortion across the United States. In 1973, the then Supreme Court gained prominence Wade vs. RowAccording to the Constitution, women are accused of having the right to have an abortion in the United States until the 24th week of pregnancy.

So some conservative states, not just Texas, want to withdraw that provision. Mississippi, for example, wants to ban abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The legal proceedings against it have been going on for some time and will be decided in the Supreme Court in December. “Those states want the matter to be decided on the basis of merit there. Not only in those states, but across the country there is a strict abortion law, and that is the ultimate goal,” Sonnens said.

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