Health-Care Fight 

The battle over abortion rights shifts from the campaign trail to the courtroom

Gov. Jan Brewer's decision to have the federal government, rather than the state, set up a health-care exchange means that state lawmakers will avoid a new battle this year over abortion and contraception coverage. While details about the insurance plans that will…

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