Updated: Planned Parenthood Loses Bid for Injunction

Updated, Friday, 4:55 p.m.:

Travis County District Judge Stephen Yelenosky on Friday refused to grant Planned Parenthood’s request for a temporary injunction to be included in the Texas Women’s Health Program. 

“Probable injury is not really sufficient,” said Yelenosky, who ruled in favor of Planned Parenthood at a hearing in December, “… because it is unlikely that the plaintiffs will succeed at trial, I will deny the temporary injunction.” 

Although Yelenosky agreed with Planned Parenthood's arguments that the organization's exclusion from the Texas WHP could endanger access to health services, his ruling indicated he did ...

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