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A different panel of the 5th Circuit, which handles cases from Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas, upheld a 2013 Texas law requiring physicians to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles. In that March ruling, the judges said traveling fewer than 150 miles to obtain an abortion is "not an undue burden."
The ruling from the conservative 5th Circuit was narrowly crafted to address the situation in Mississippi, but it could have implications for the other states with similar laws and dwindling access to abortion, such as Wisconsin and Alabama, whose officials have said women could cross state lines if clinics close, said the center's litigation director, Julie Rikelman.
the state's northeast corner, need to drive 280 miles to reach Jackson.
Bryant, in a statement late Tuesday, said he was disappointed by the court's ruling.
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Opponents say the requirement is unnecessary, since patients in distress are automatically treated in emergency rooms, and that it gives religious affiliated hospitals veto power over who can work in an abortion clinic and, by extension, whether a clinic can stay open.
Supporters of admitting privileges laws say they protect women's health by ensuring that a physician who performs an abortion in a clinic would also be able to treat the patient in a hospital in case of complications.
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Ten states have adopted similar laws, forcing a growing number of clinics to close. Many hospitals ignore or reject abortion doctors' applications, and won't grant privileges to out of state physicians. Both obstacles were encountered by the traveling doctors who staff Mississippi's last open clinic, the Jackson Women's Health Organization.
When Republican Gov. Phil Bryant signed the law, he said he hoped it would end abortion in the state. In defending the law, state attorneys said women with unwanted pregnancies could always travel to other states. But the appellate judges ruled that every state must guarantee constitutional rights, including abortion.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) Mississippi's governor and attorney general will have to decide whether to challenge a federal appeals court ruling that is keeping the state's only abortion clinic in business. Circuit Court of Appeals voted 2 1 Tuesday to block a 2012 Mississippi law that requires abortion doctors to obtain admitting privileges at nearby hospitals.
Attorneys for Mississippi argued that if the state's last clinic closed, women could still get abortions in other states. Supreme Court's 1973 Roe v. Wade decision established a constitutional right to abortion for all citizens and that Mississippi may not shift its obligations to other states.
"Today's ruling ensures women who have decided to end a pregnancy will continue, for now, to have access to safe, legal care in their home state," Center for Reproductive Rights president Nancy Northup said Tuesday.
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The clinic remains open, using out of state physicians who travel to Mississippi to do abortions several times a month. For years, the clinic has had an agreement with a local physician who will meet a patient at a Jackson hospital in case of complications. Clinic owner Diane Derzis has said such complications are rare.
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