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Texas' abortion law is back in court

A federal judge will decide whether to block Texas' new restrictive abortion law after hearing from Justice Department attorneys and lawyers for the state. He offered no timetable for a decision.

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Texas' abortion law is back in court

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Tirzah's 'Colourgrade' welcomes interpretation

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