A Michigan judge has ruled that prosecutors cannot enforce a 1931 abortion ban.

While the majority of prosecutors in counties with abortion clinics have stated that they will not enforce the ban,

Following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the state Court of Appeals ruled earlier this month that county prosecutors were not covered by a May order and could enforce the prohibition.

An appeal is planned, according to David Kallman, an attorney for two Republican county prosecutors.

Republican prosecutors in Kent, Jackson, and Macomb counties have stated that the 1931 law should be enforced.

In this case, the judge ignored all of the obvious legal flaws and issues.

Cunningham obtained a temporary restraining order against county prosecutors shortly after the Aug.

Cunningham heard arguments in Pontiac on Wednesday and Thursday before issuing the preliminary injunction.

The state Court of Appeals later ruled that the preliminary injunction only applied to the office of the attorney general.