Judge Haywood Gilliam issued the first directive on California, 12 states and Washington, D.C. The defendants tried to prevent the law from taking action on Monday while they were being charged.
But Gilliam has determined the power of judging for suspects, refusing to urge them to violate laws across the country.
Changes will allow more and more businesses, including business corporations, to fail to provide support to potential bankruptcy by acquiring religious challenges. Some non-private individuals may also challenge morality.
California and other states say they will be forced to revert to the financial support program for child care and to experience pregnancy without pregnancy.
"The law can not explain – consumers do not have any influence on women's health decisions," said the Attorney-General of General Xavier Becerra in a statement on Sunday. "The Court of Appeal has suspended the efforts of the competent pilot to trample on women for access to child care. In 2019, though the Trumpet Party tries to turn the rights of women into action, we will continue to fight for it. ensuring women access to health care guarantees them under the law. "
The United States Department of Justice says in court that the law "protects the moral and moral code of the constitution from the ratification of the acts that conflict with what they believe."
The subject is what is required under US President Barack Obama's health policy that there is no longer any protection against child care. Obama's leaders are affiliated with religious groups. Expert professionals expand these small and include "brain thinking" as "as a basis for providing birth care services.
In a Friday article, Gilliam said the changes would result in a "gender statistics" that would be "a major purpose of policy."
The judge has already blocked a part of the time limit – a decision which was launched in December by the court.
The law applies to California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and District of Columbia.