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Bob Eye, left, and Leah Wiederhorn, right, attorneys for the Center for Reproductive Rights, confer Dec. 14 during a state court hearing on a ban on telemedicine abortions. (AP photo)

Kansas judge rules telemedicine abortions can continue

TOPEKA, Kan. — A judge ruled Monday that Kansas cannot stop telemedicine abortions, thwarting the latest attempt by state lawmakers to prevent doctors from providing pregnancy-ending pills to women they see by remote video conferences. District Judge Franklin Theis ruled that a law barring telemedicine abortions and set to take effect in January has no legal ...

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