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CBS News 8 Apr 2020

Texas attorney general says he expects abortion ban amid coronavirus to reach Supreme Court


Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says he expects the state's near-total ban on abortion during the coronavirus outbreak to reach the Supreme Court. CBS News reporter Kate Smith joined CBSN to talk about her exclusive interview with Paxton.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced plans for a phased reopening of the state's economy, beginning this week. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton joined CBSN to discuss the timeline for lifting restrictions.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton comments exclusively on the prospects of mail-in voting ahead of the 2020 election cycle and fears of large gatherings amid the COVID-19 pandemic. - with Newsmax TV's Chris Salcedo

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With the coronavirus pandemic stretching the healthcare system, groups against abortion rights saw an opening to press their agenda. So far, five states have tried to ban the procedure, declaring it non-essential. Kate Smith reports.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton reacts live and shares his response and opinion after a judge sentenced a mother to one week in jail for reopening her Dallas-based salon amid various non-essential business lock-down orders. - with Newsmax TV's Bob Sellers and Corrina Sullivan

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