Today, a Montgomery County judge ruled to uphold a 2016 Department of Health order to close the notorious Women's Med abortion clinic. The clinic is operated by the notorious Martin Haskell, who is partially credited with the surgical procedure known as partial birth abortion, which was so barbaric that it is not outlawed across the United States.
The judge ordered that a stay (legal term for a halt or postponement) on the ODH order be lifted in 30 days, unless the clinic files for an appeal. That gives the clinic 30 days to either close down or appeal the decision.
We will have some more commentary in the next few days (including some observations on the ridiculousness that an unlicensed clinic has been able to operate for two years during a dragged-out legal process and that the judge gave them 30 days to continue operating illegally rather than order the immediate closure subject to appeal), but for now you can review the case online.