Hot News Stories (10/31/13)

National Journal (USA)
The U.S. Supreme Court could hear its first case regarding drug-induced abortions, after the Oklahoma Supreme Court found Tuesday that a 2011 law preventing the drug’s use is unconstitutional.

Des Moines Register (Des Moines, IA)
A lawyer for Planned Parenthood of the Heartland asked a judge Wednesday to temporarily stop a state ban on the organization’s use of a video conferencing system to distribute abortion-inducing pills in rural areas of Iowa.

The Guardian (USA)
The Texas abortion law is a trial run for the anti-choice extremist right’s strategy across America. Common sense prevailed in a court ruling striking down one provision of the Texas law, but three other provisions remain.



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