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Paul G. Rogers Federal Courthouse is shown Friday, Aug. 12, 2022, in West Palm Beach, Fla. A federal judge was to decide whether to grant the Department of Justice's request to unseal the warrant that authorized the FBI to search former President Donald Trump's Florida estate. The decision on whether to unseal the records lay with U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart, who may issue his order from the Paul G. Rogers Federal Courthouse on Friday. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier)

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Last week, Kansas voters overwhelmingly rejected a ballot measure that would have allowed state lawmakers to tighten restrictions on abortion. An Associated Press analysis of the voting results found high turnout among Democratic and independent voters contributed to that result. But even in traditionally conservative Kansas — a state Donald Trump carried by double digits in 2020's presidential election — support for the abortion measure was lower in every single county than support for the former president had been two years ago. In other states, abortion-rights supporters and opponents alike are using the Kansas vote to drive their followers to the polls.

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A Nebraska woman has been charged with helping her teenage daughter have an abortion. The charges come after investigators obtained Facebook messages in which the mother and daughter discussed using medication to end the approximately 24-week pregnancy. Nebraska law prohibits abortion after 20 weeks. Prosecutors charged 41-year-old Jessica Burgess with helping her then 17-year-old daughter end her pregnancy and then burning and burying the fetus. Madison County Attorney Joseph Smith says he's never had a case involving an illegal abortion in his 32 years as the prosecutor.

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A federal judge in California has ruled three golfers who joined Saudi-backed LIV Golf will not be able to compete in the PGA Tour’s postseason. U.S. District Judge Beth Labson Freeman made her decision in San Jose after attorneys for the sides each spoke about an hour.The golfers were seeking a temporary restraining order, which Freeman denied. Talor Gooch, Matt Jones and Hudson Swafford claimed they should be able to play where they want to. They are among 10 players who filed an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour last week — including Phil Mickelson.

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Robert Walters, center, an attorney representing three LIV Golf players, leaves a federal courthouse in San Jose, Calif., Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022. A federal judge has ruled that three golfers who joined Saudi-backed LIV Golf will not be able to compete in the PGA Tour's postseason. (AP Photo/Godofredo A. Vásquez)

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Elliot Peters, left, an attorney representing the PGA Tour, leaves a federal courthouse in San Jose, Calif., Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022. A federal judge has ruled that three golfers who joined Saudi-backed LIV Golf will not be able to compete in the PGA Tour's postseason. (AP Photo/Godofredo A. Vásquez)

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Robert Walters, left, an attorney representing three LIV Golf players, leaves a federal courthouse in San Jose, Calif., Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022. A federal judge has ruled that three golfers who joined Saudi-backed LIV Golf will not be able to compete in the PGA Tour's postseason. (AP Photo/Godofredo A. Vásquez)

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A stack of boxes is wheeled away by the team of attorneys representing the PGA Tour outside a federal courthouse in San Jose, Calif., Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022. A federal judge has ruled that three golfers who joined Saudi-backed LIV Golf will not be able to compete in the PGA Tour's postseason. (AP Photo/Godofredo A. Vásquez)