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Case brought by Tennessee woman denied abortion while in jail is dismissed


Case brought by Tennessee woman denied abortion while in jail is dismissed
The Tennessean

A federal judge has dismissed a case brought by a woman who alleged she was illegally denied an abortion while she was an inmate in Maury County.The federal judge did not decide whether the county's decision was legal, but said Kei'Choura Cathey wa

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