A Montana judge blocked a pro-life law late last week that makes sure mothers have the opportunity to see their unborn baby on an ultrasound screen before going through with an abortion.
KTVH Helena reports Yellowstone County District Judge Michael Moses issued a preliminary injunction blocking the ultrasound law and two others in response to a lawsuit from Planned Parenthood of Montana.
Moses, an appointee of former pro-abortion Democrat Gov. Steve Bullock, described the case as of “extreme constitutional importance” prior to issuing the order, according to Reuters.
The three pro-life laws, which passed the state legislature this spring, protect unborn babies and mothers from the abortion industry.