Wisconsin Attorney General Files Petition with Supreme Court to Uphold Abortionist Admitting Privileges requirement

  By Dave Andrusko Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen has filed a motion asking the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold Act 37 (also known as Sonya’s Law). The bill passed with healthy margins in both houses last year and in July Gov. Scott Walker signed the measure into law. Part of the law is …

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Judge places temporarily restraining order of a portion of Wisconsin’s “Sonya’s Law”

By Dave Andrusko An update on Wisconsin’s “Sonya’s Law” (see “Wisconsin Governor Walker Signs Sonya’s Law!”) Yesterday, U.S. District Judge William M. Conley, in what was described by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a “hastily called hearing,” placed a temporary restraining order on that portion of Senate Bill 206 that requires an abortionist to have …

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