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Oklahoma judge again overturns medical abortion restriction


Oklahoma judge again overturns medical abortion restriction
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An Oklahoma judge has again overturned a state law restricting womenâs access to drug-induced abortions, according to attorneys for the state and for the groups challenging the law.Oklahoma County District Judge Patricia Parrish on Friday overturned a 2014

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