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In Striking Down Alabama Abortion Law, Judge Focuses On South's Culture (+video) - Csmonitor.com

In another unique legal argument probably aimed at a rural and mostly Southern audience, Thompson compared abortion rights with the Second Amendments right to bear arms noting that a law that allowed only two gun shops in Alabama to remain open would take a heck of a lot of explaining. The slew of recent abortion rulings is part of a broader debate that most legal experts say will have to be settled by the US Supreme Court . Given that its largely former Confederate states openly testing the extent to which abortion is supported at the federal level, states rights will probably be a factor in such a decision. In the meantime, Thompsons ruling was widely hailed by abortion rights groups, which said that it supports their contention that the new state clinic laws infringe on the 1992 Planned Parenthood v. Casey decision.
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INVESTOR ALERT ? Pike Corporation: The Law Offices of Vincent Wong Investigates the Sale of Pike Corporation to Square Capital Partners ? PIKE - Yahoo Finance

either via email vw@wongesq.com , by telephone at 212.425.1140, or visit http://docs.wongesq.com/PIKE-Info-Request-Form-338 . Vincent Wong, Esq. is an experienced attorney that has represented investors in securities litigations involving financial fraud and violations of shareholder rights.
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AIDS patients fear discrimination in ACA exchange - Yahoo News

A link has been sent. Done AIDS patients fear discrimination in ACA exchange AIDS patients, advocates allege insurers are discriminating by pricing drugs beyond reach By Kelli Kennedy, Associated Press 1 hour ago 0 shares Content preferences Done MIAMI (AP) -- Health advocates allege some insurance plans under the new federal health law are discriminating against HIV and AIDS patients by requiring them to pay a percentage of costly medications instead of a flat co-pay, essentially pricing the medications out of reach. The AIDS Institute says some insurers are also requiring new drug authorization or making the claims process difficult to impede access to services. The group filed a complaint with U.S.
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