North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper is asking the Supreme Court to revive an N.C. law that requires providers to perform an ultrasound at least four hours before an abortion and place the images where the woman can see them.
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper is asking the Supreme Court to revive an N.C. law that requires providers to perform an ultrasound at least four hours before an abortion and place the images where the woman can see them. Bloomberg
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper is asking the Supreme Court to revive an N.C. law that requires providers to perform an ultrasound at least four hours before an abortion and place the images where the woman can see them. Bloomberg

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