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Judge puts hold on abortion ban in Wyoming

A new law banning abortions in Wyoming was put on hold by a state judge last week. That means services continue at the state's one clinic that provides them.

How long that will last, though, is uncertain, as the judge only blocked the law temporarily until she can hear a lawsuit by abortion rights advocates. The Mountain West News Bureau's Will Walkey reports.

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