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NYT: Texas judge tries to keep key abortion pill hearing quiet

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The first hearing in a Texas case that could upend abortion pill access across the country has been scheduled for this Wednesday. But in a highly unusual move, Trump-appointed Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk tried to delay notifying the public about it, according to New York Times reporting.