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Mississippi vows further appeal after loss on abortion ban

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Mississippi's loan abortion clinic sued the state after governor Phil Bryant signed a law which bans abortion once a pregnancy reaches fifteen weeks Friday a federal appeals court ruled the ban unconstitutional in a tweet Brian promises to state will now take the case to the Supreme Court Bryant leaves office in January to be succeeded by lieutenant governor Tate reads a fellow Republicans and abortion opponents supporters of the Mississippi band and those like it in other states have been aiming for the Supreme Court all along hoping its new conservative justices will take up cases that lead to the overturning of the nineteen seventy three roe versus Wade ruling that legalized abortion nationwide Ben Thomas Washington