What The Texas Abortion Law Could Mean For Other States
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A U.S. District Judge set an October 1 hearing to consider arguments before ruling on whether to temporarily block the law.
A federal judge has declined the Justice Department's request to immediately block Texas' new abortion law that bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy.
Instead, the judge set a hearing for October 1 to consider a temporary freeze.
The Justice Department argues the law – which also allows private citizens to sue anyone they think violated the law – is unconstitutional.
The next contest is the GOP caucus Sunday in the District of Columbia. Two days later is Super Tuesday.
Judge Scott McAfee says he still has work to do. He will deliver an initial ruling in the case within the next two weeks.
Darrell Leon McClanahan says the GOP knew "exactly" who he was, but the party says it condemns his and any association with hate groups.
Officials said Saturday the train derailed just before 8 a.m. in Lower Saucon Township, which is about two hours from Philadelphia.
Three planes from U.S. Air Forces Central dropped 66 bundles containing about 38,000 meals into Gaza. It's expected to be the first of many drops.
Britt Reid's three-year prison sentence is converted to house arrest, over a 2021 incident where he drove drunk and seriously injured a 5-year-old.