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Live / Live audio: Supreme Court hears challenges to Texas abortion law

Listen to live audio as the Supreme Court hears challenges to the new Texas abortion restriction. The Supreme Court has previously refused to block enforcement of the law and will decide if the Justice Department and abortion providers have a right to challenge it.