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Abortion rights protesters during a demonstration in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, last June. Photo: Natalie Behring/Getty Images

A U.S. District Court judge in Wyoming on Wednesday temporarily blocked a statewide abortion ban that came into effect over the weekend, according to multiple reports.

Driving the news: Judge Melissa Owens granted a restraining order due to a wider lawsuit challenging the state's new law that prohibits abortion at all stages of pregnancy except in cases of rape or incest, keflex 500 mg que contiene or to save a pregnant person's life, and another banning abortion pills that's due to take effect in July, per the New York Times.

  • The new law that took effect Sunday makes abortions a felony punishable by up to five years in prison and states that "abortion defined in this act is not health care."
  • Abortion groups argue that this violates Wyoming's constitution, which says adults have the right to make his or her own health care decisions.

What they're saying: "The state cannot legislate away a constitutional right," Owens said, per AP.

  • "It’s not clear whether abortion is health care. The court has to then decide that," she added.

What's next: "Now, the medication abortion ban and the overall ban will be considered at a hearing where the plaintiffs will seek an injunction to suspend both laws until the full lawsuit can be heard," the New York Times reports.

  • Wyoming would be the first U.S. state to ban abortion pills if the law goes into effect on July 1.

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