1. Wide of Planned Parenthood employees, supporters chanting outside clinic, UPSOUND (English): "We are open! We are open!"
2. Wide of people gathered outside clinic, UPSOUND (English): "Hey hey, ho ho, (Governor) Parson has got to go!"
3. UPSOUND (English) Kawanna Shannon, Planned Parenthood St. Louis
"Can I just get some love real quick? (cheers) And like Angie said, it's not over. We understand that we have to go back to the courts, possibly Tuesday, and fight some more, but we're not going to bow."
4. Wide of supporters outside clinic
5. Wide of chanting
6. UPSOUND (English) Kawanna Shannon, Planned Parenthood St. Louis
"I guarantee you - watch. Keep on holding on, keep on fighting, we're not going anywhere. Governor Parson! (crowd boos) State of Missouri. We're not going anywhere." (cheers)
7. Wide of chanting
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. David Eisenberg, Planned Parenthood St. Louis
"Yesterday was the hardest day in my practice of medicine that I have ever had. Yesterday was the first day that I said to patients, 'I hope I can help you next week. I don't know whether I can.' I said to patients, 'I am sorry' so many times, that it should have been written on my forehead."
9. Wide of supporters singing chant
10. Wide of Planned Parenthood clinic
11. Planned Parenthood supporter stops anti-abortion activist from blocking car
12. Various of small group of anti-abortion activists in front of Planned Parenthood clinic
A judge has issued an order allowing Missouri's only abortion clinic to continue providing the service.
St. Louis Circuit Judge Michael Stelzer ruled Friday, just hours before the St. Louis Planned Parenthood clinic's license to perform abortions was set to expire. He issued a temporary restraining order prohibiting Missouri from allowing the license to lapse.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services had declined to renew the license. It cited concerns with "failed abortions," compromised patient safety and legal violations at the clinic. Agency officials also wanted to interview additional physicians at the clinic.
Planned Parenthood officials had said that if the license lapsed, Missouri would become the first state without an abortion clinic since the U.S. Supreme Court's 1973 decision legalizing abortion nationwide.