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Arizona abortion providers have sued to block part of a state law that requires doctors to tell women that drug-induced abortions can be reversed, Planned Parenthood has said.An Arizona chapter of the organization is listed along with physicians as a plaintiff in a lawsuit filed in federal court in Arizona on Thursday that seeks declaratory and injunctive relief.It argues the state law violates providers' constitutional rights by compelling doctors -- against their medical judgment and in violation of medical ethics -- to give patients a state-mandated message that is not scientifically supported.
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