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A federal judge in Indiana, citing concerns over free speech, unconstitutionally-burdensome restrictions on abortion seekers, and vague language imposing affirmative requirements on physician-providers, issued an injunction June 28 halting Indiana's newly enacted abortion restrictions.
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