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Probably out. Well, you got some beauties. Three hundred and fifty million people on that's the best. We could do. I don't think. So even as Democrats I pick better than that. The Alabama state Senate has passed a near total ban on abortion, sending the Bill onto governor Kay Ivey for her signature, it would be the most restrictive abortion law in the United States sponsor say is designed as a direct challenge to Roe versus Wade three. Minnesota brothers and two other men have filed suit in federal court against the Battiston claiming the Holy See bears responsibility for the actions of a priest who sexually assaulted them. Stephen hop in one of the three brothers tells reporters too, many nieces and nephews let something like this ever have anybody else. There attorney Jeff Anderson has tried twice before to sue the Vatican. But lost both times. This is a p. Radio news. On average three people a day die waiting for a liver transplant in the US. AP's? Jennifer king reports that news that new rules about which patients get donated organs. I are not without controversy for decades. The transplant policy has been local I last year lawsuit was filed arguing liver distribution maps violate federal law. And now the United network for organ sharing is changing the rules. The network predicts that broader sharing we'll save more than one hundred lives a year as people with the worst health scores in a wider region. Get a shot at a transplant ahead of those who score suggests they could wait a little longer, but hospitals in some parts of the country where there are more organ donations like the midwest and the south are suing to block it. They argue that rural patients will have to wait longer as livers are shipped to cities with fewer donations. A federal judge has refused to delay the rules, but the hospitals are appealing. I'm Jennifer king. The network says more than thirteen thousand people are awaiting a new lever. Just eighty eight hundred eight thousand two hundred fifty gut transplants last year, I'm Tim Maguire, AP radio news..