Tag Archives: HB 633

Florida Supreme Court again puts 24-hour waiting period on hold

By Dave Andrusko In the latest (but with many more to come) twist in Florida’s law requiring a 24-hour waiting period, the Florida Supreme Court voted today to put HB 633 on hold. The court’s action is

Florida appeals court quickly denies pro-abortion motion to reinstate injunction against 24-hour requirement

By Dave Andrusko Well, the plaintiffs challenging Florida’s 24 hour waiting period, Gainesville Woman Care LLC and Medical Students for Choice, are nothing if not persistent. No sooner had an appeals court Monday denied an emergency motion

The weaknesses in the case against Florida’s 24-hour waiting period

By Dave Andrusko Last week NRL News Today provided you with a blow by blow account of the legal back and forth over Florida’s new 24-hour waiting period. [1] As always, pro-abortionists, in this case led by

ACLU asks judge to issue injunction against 24-hour waiting period

By Dave Andrusko Florida’s new 24-hour waiting period is scheduled to go into effect July 1 and pro-abortion forces are furiously trying to persuade the courts to issue an injunction. As National Right to Life News Today

ACLU challenges Florida’s new 24-hour waiting period, sponsors confident HB633 will withstand court scrutiny

By Dave Andrusko It took about nine seconds (what else is new?) for the American Civil Liberties Union Thursday to sue the state of Florida after Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill establishing a 24-hour waiting period.

Pro-life legislative successes continue, Florida Gov. signs 24 hour waiting period

By Dave Andrusko Adding to the 2015 pro-life run of legislative successes, Florida Gov. Rick Scott yesterday signed HB 633—a 24 hour waiting period– into law. As NRL News Today explains elsewhere today, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam

Wasserman Schultz goes nuclear over 24-hour waiting period, but comfortable with aborting 7-pound baby

By Dave Andrusko I am convinced if a bill was proposed that said abortion clinics in Florida must have an actual address (as opposed to a PO Box), Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz would indignantly announce that

Florida House passes 24-hour waiting period, Senate expected to take up measure this week

By Dave Andrusko During debate yesterday in Florida over a 24-hour waiting period for women seeking an abortion Rep. Jimmie Smith made what might seem like a simple statement on the surface but underneath was packed with