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Recent moves by several U.S. states to impose strict new limits on abortion have encouraged abortion opponents that they might eventually be able to challenge a 1973 Supreme Court decision that established a constitutional right for women to seek an abortion.
While thousands of immigrants seeking asylum wait at the southern border, many are being apprehended across the border by American border patrol agents~VOA NEWS

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