‘Abortion reversal’ ban in Colorado will not be enforced, state says1 min read
DENVER (AP) — Colorado is promising not to enforce its new ban on unproven treatments to reverse medication abortions until state regulators go through a process to determine if they should be allowed.
The move came in response to a lawsuit filed by a Catholic clinic challenging the ban when it was signed into law last week, along with two other bills aimed at making Colorado a safe haven for abortion as well as gender-affirming procedures and medications.
Hours after the bill signing, a federal judge temporarily blocked the state from enforcing the ban against Bella Health and Wellness, which said it had a patient whose current treatment would be interrupted if the new law was enforced. It claims…
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