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Kansas board in lengthy legal dispute over abortion case


Kansas board in lengthy legal dispute over abortion case
The Daily Progress

FILE - In this June 22, 2013 file photo Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus sits in Topeka, Kan., as the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts decides to revoke her license over referrals of patients for late-term abortions. Kansas' medical board is enmeshed in a lengthy legal dispute over revoking Neuhaus' license. A Shawnee County judge has for the second time overturned a board decision against Neuhaus and directed it to reconsider its punishment. The board expects to take up the case again in June 2017. (AP Photo/John Hanna, File)');}TOPEKA, Kan.

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