Alaska Superior Court Judge John Suddock rejected efforts by Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest to block a state law requiring abortion clinics to notify parents two days before performing an abortion on a minor from going into effect Tuesday.

Alaska Family Council President Jim Minnery is happy that the core part of the legislation was preserved but expressed disappointment with cuts he believes will weaken the bill. The pro-life activist said the state judge took the “teeth out” of the newly enacted parental notification laws.

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