Abortion Law Tested in Courts Trials begin in three states over a new federal law banning certain types of abortion. Abortion-rights activists oppose the law, saying it erodes a woman's right to choose abortion by threatening all second-trimester abortions. Hear NPR's Michele Norris and NPR's Robert Smith.
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Abortion-Rights Groups Test Law in Courts

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Abortion-Rights Groups Test Law in Courts

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Abortion-Rights Groups Test Law in Courts

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Trials begin in three states over a new federal law banning certain types of abortion. Abortion-rights activists oppose the law, saying it erodes a woman's right to choose abortion by threatening all second-trimester abortions. Hear NPR's Michele Norris and NPR's Robert Smith.