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Thursday, August 22, 2013

Federal Judge Will Hear Arguments on North Carolina's Ultrasound Mandate

News & Observer: Case involving NC's abortion ultrasounds to be heard in Greensboro, by Ann Blythe:

Lawyers will be in federal court on Friday to argue for and against a 2011 North Carolina law that requires physicians to perform an ultrasound four hours before providing an abortion and to place the screen in the woman’s view while describing the images in detail.

U.S. District Judge Catherine Eagles will hear arguments in a federal courtroom in Greensboro. . . .

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