But, the Health Department generally allows 10 days for any facility it inspects to come into compliance with a law.
New restrictions could shut down the state's only abortion clinic, in Jackson.
The law requires anyone doing abortions in an abortion clinic to be an OB-GYN with admitting privileges at a local hospital. Such privileges can be difficult to obtain, because hospitals don't give them to out-of-state doctors or because religious-affiliated hospitals might not give them to doctors doing elective abortions
House Public Health Committee Chairman Sam Mims, a Republican, calls the law he sponsored "an important accomplishment" and says there's no reason to delay enforcement.