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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Supreme Court May Review Oklahoma Law Restricting Use of Early Abortion Pill

The New York Times: Supreme Court Takes Step Toward Hearing Abortion Case, by Erik Eckholm:

The Supreme Court took a tentative step on Thursday toward hearing a case on the regulation of abortion-inducing drugs, asking the Oklahoma Supreme Court to clarify the meaning of a law that state judges had struck down as an unwarranted curb on medical practice and the right to abortion. . . .

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