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Some states are trying to temporarily ban abortions. Federal judges are saying no - for now

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Federal judges in Alabama, Texas, and Ohio have blocked temporary bans on abortion until April 13.
Abortion rights advocates praised the decisions. Two other states, Iowa and Oklahoma, are currently facing legal challenges for ordering abortions temporarily suspended.
"Everyone deserves to have access to safe, timely care and a delay of only a few weeks can make abortion completely inaccessible," said Chrisse France, executive director of Preterm, an abortion clinic in Ohio.
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