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I recommend and plan instinct for an extended period of time on the bell former Texas lawmaker Wendy Davis became a national sensation in twenty thirteen with her spirited but looting fight against a state law limiting access to abortions now the U. S. Supreme Court is gearing up to hear a challenge to that law its first abortion case in nearly ten years and Wendy Davis is again making her voice heard Reuters legal affairs editor Joan Biskupic for the first time though challenging the abortion restrictions and pack , that reflect personal stories of women who might be affected by the current regulations from women who had abortions and want to tell the court they'd thingy had them for medical reasons economic return other reasons and they do not regret those abortion among the stories will be though from former democratic state senator in Texas when he gave it in her brief ended a Reuters interview David speaks frankly about her own experience with abortion did I dream tremendously yes I did in an indescribable way David said to Reuters but never did I regret it stories from David and others are aimed at winning over just one person the Supreme Court crucial swing vote justice Anthony Kennedy last year individual stories resonated with him when he started with the court's liberal and a landmark decision legalizing gay marriage in the court last abortion case in two thousand and seven Kennedy mention debris from women who regretted getting abortions , this time abortion supporters like David are hoping to flip the script the court will hear the Texas case in early March