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While abortion opponents pray, left, Jackson Women's Health Organization owner Diane Derzis poses at the gate of Mississippi's only abortion clinic in Jackson, Miss., Monday, July 2, 2012, after a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order Sunday, that blocked enforcement of a law that could regulate it out of business. The law would require any physician doing abortions at the clinic to be an OB-GYN with privileges to admit patients to a local hospital. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

While abortion opponents pray, left, Jackson Women's Health Organization owner Diane Derzis poses at the gate of Mississippi's only abortion clinic in Jackson, Miss., Monday, July 2, 2012, after a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order Sunday, that blocked enforcement of a law that could regulate it out of business. The law would require any physician doing abortions at the clinic to be an OB-GYN with privileges to admit patients to a local hospital. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Lone abortion clinic in Miss. stays open

Mississippi's only abortion clinic

was open July 2 after a federal judge temporarily blocked a law from

being enforced that the Jackson clinic says could regulate it out of business.