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N.D. Supreme Court Upholds Law That Blocks Medication Abortions Statewide
The North Dakota Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that a state law restricting medication abortions is constitutional, the AP/ABC News reports.

Abortion Provider Petitions Okla. Supreme Court To Block Admitting Privileges Law
An Oklahoma physician on Monday appealed to the state Supreme Court to block a state law (SB 1848) that requires abortion providers to have hospital admitting privileges before it takes effect Nov. 1, the Tulsa World reports.

Survey: Most Texas Latino Voters Support Women's Right To Make Abortion Decisions
Seventy-eight percent of Texas Latino voters believe that women have a right to make their own decisions about abortion, without interference from politicians, according to a new survey, the McAllen Monitor reports.

Ohio Targets Last Cincinnati Abortion Clinic for Closure
The Ohio Department of Health last week told Cincinnati's last abortion clinic that it could lose its license if it does not comply with an Ohio law that requires clinics to obtain a transfer agreement with a local hospital, the AP/Modern Healthcare reports.

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Judge Allows Okla. Admitting Privileges Law To Take Effect This Week; Appeal Expected
Oklahoma County District Judge Bill Graves ruled Friday that a state law (SB 1848) requiring abortion providers to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals can take effect on Nov. 1, the AP/ABC News reports.