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Supreme Court hears challenges to restrictive Texas abortion law

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The Supreme Court heard arguments for two challenges to Texas' abortion law from the Department of Justice and Texas abortion providers in order to decide if the lawsuits can proceed. NBC's Pete Williams has details on what arguments were presented.