Michigan's 90-year-old abortion ban is unconstitutional, judge rules
A 1931 Michigan law banning abortion with no exceptions for rape or incest violates the state's constitution, a state court judge ruled on Wednesday, barring any prosecutors from enforcing it.
Judge strikes down 1931 Michigan law criminalizing abortion
A judge on Wednesday struck down Michigan's 1931 anti-abortion law, months after suspending it, the latest development over abortion rights in a state where the issue is being argued in courtrooms and, possibly, at the ballot box.
Michigan judge permanently strikes down ‘unconstitutional’ anti-abortion law
Judge determines nearly century-old law would ‘force pregnant women to forgo control of the integrity of their own bodies’ regardless of impacts to health and lives