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A regulation created by the Iowa medical board that prohibits doctors from remotely dispensing pills to patients seeking an abortion is a reasonable application of the board's power to protect the public by regulating physicians, the Iowa District Court for Polk County held August 18 (Planned Parenthood of the Heartland v. Iowa Board of Medicine).
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