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No decision yet on whether second-trimester abortion ban will take effect


No decision yet on whether second-trimester abortion ban will take effect
mySanAntonio.com

AUSTIN — A federal judge will decide by Friday whether to temporarily block the state's ban on a common second-trimester abortion procedure. Supporters argue the measure will prevent “dismemberment” of living fetuses, but critics contend it will erode ...

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