Planned Parenthood again tried to get a judge to allow them to resume their mass killing of babies. Again the judge said no.
An Arizona judge rejected a plea from Planned Parenthood on Friday to suspend a previous rule that halts all abortions in the state.
Last Friday, Pima County Superior Court Judge Kellie Johnson announced a decision to allow enforcement of a pre-statehood law that makes it a crime to perform an abortion. This Friday, she rejected the appeal to suspend that ruling.
In her decision, Johnson said abortion rights groups are not likely to prevail in appealing her initial decision so the abortion ban should remain enforceable.
How funny is this from Arizona PP.
Brittany Fonteno, Planned Parenthood of Arizona President and CEO, said she was “outraged” by the ruling.