Louisiana Abortion Providers Could Soon be Required to Have Admitting Privileges as Attorney General Calls It an ‘Unbelievable Victory’ for Pro-Life Movement

Abortion providers in Louisiana could be required to have admitting privileges at area hospitals by the end of the month.


The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a request from abortion advocates that the court rehear a decision in favor of Louisiana’s law known as Act 620. This comes after a three-judge panel ruled in favor of Louisiana last September.

“This was an unbelievable victory for us,” Louisiana’s attorney general, Jeff Landry, tells OneNewsNow. “It affirms that our solicitor general’s office is doing an outstanding job of defending pro-life laws in Louisiana.”

The state AG insists this is not only a pro-life law but also a pro-women’s health bill by requiring admitting privileges for an ambulatory center.

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SOURCE: One News Now, Chris Woodward