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sonogram law

Judge Sparks enjoins state from enforcing the sonogram law

Aug 30, 2011 By Paul Burka

The opinion is 55 pages long, and much of it involves a tedious argument over the certification of a class (abortion providers) that involved the sort of legal minutiae that made law school unbearable. I was in court on July 6, the day the case was argued, and anyone who…