North Dakota tallies $159K defending abortion law
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Records show that North Dakota has spent nearly $159,000 defending a 2011 state law that seeks to limit the use of drugs to terminate pregnancies.
Billing data obtained by The Associated Press show that the money has gone to pay for legal fees, travel and expert witnesses.
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