The statute violates state constitutional protections on bodily integrity, Judge Elizabeth Gleicher said.
The number of Americans who say that abortion rights is their top issue has increased more than threefold since March.
“The public will not forget” who opposed the legislation, Democratic Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said.
The senator’s comments came one day prior to a vote on codifying abortion rights recognized in “Roe v. Wade.”
Protesters have gathered in front of justices’ homes in response to news that the court is set to undo Roe v. Wade.
The poll corroborated previous findings that a majority of Americans want “Roe v. Wade” to stay as it is.
On two separate TV programs over the weekend, Tate Reeves tried to avoid talking about potential bans on contraception.
Though doomed for failure, the vote would show Americans “where every single Senator” stands, the majority leader said.
“This is about a lot more than abortion,” Biden said, warning that other rights would likely be attacked next.
Three conservative justices confirmed over the past five years suggested they’d respect the precedents in Roe v. Wade.