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FILE - This Feb. 20, 2013 file photo shows a protesters outside the Red River Valley Women's Clinic, the state's sole abortion provider, in Fargo, N.D. The clinic has settled a lawsuit it filed over a new law requiring doctors who perform abortions to obtain hospital-admitting privileges. North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem and the New York-based Center for Reproductive Rights, which is helping the Red River Women's Clinic, told The Associated Press on Friday, March 14, 2014, that the case has been settled. (AP Photo/Dave Kolpack, File)

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The Douglas County Sheriff released this booking photo of Ryan Cole Stone on Friday, March 14, 2014. Stone faces charges of attempted murder, kidnapping, assault and motor vehicle theft in connection with with the high speed car chase in Colorado on March 12. His bail has been set at $3.5 million. (AP Photo/Douglas County Sheriff)

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This photo provided by Michigan State Police on March 13, 2014, tobacco products seized are shown in a storage shed in Sterling Heights, Mich. Police say a Rochester Hills man was arrested Tuesday, March 11 for violation of the Tobacco Products Tax Act after the discovery in Sterling Heights. Police say a number of brands of cigars were seized. Police say the man, whose name wasn't immediately released, is believed to be part of a large, organized tobacco smuggling ring operating in the Detroit area. An investigation into the case is ongoing. It's against the law in Michigan to possess, acquire, transport or sell any quantity of untaxed tobacco. (AP Photo/Michigan State Police)

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This photo provided by Michigan State Police on March 13, 2014, tobacco products seized are shown in a storage shed in Sterling Heights, Mich. Police say a Rochester Hills man was arrested Tuesday, March 11 for violation of the Tobacco Products Tax Act after the discovery in Sterling Heights. Police say a number of brands of cigars were seized. Police say the man, whose name wasn't immediately released, is believed to be part of a large, organized tobacco smuggling ring operating in the Detroit area. An investigation into the case is ongoing. It's against the law in Michigan to possess, acquire, transport or sell any quantity of untaxed tobacco. (AP Photo/Michigan State Police

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This photo provided by Michigan State Police on March 13, 2014, tobacco products seized are shown in a storage shed in Sterling Heights, Mich. Police say a Rochester Hills man was arrested Tuesday, March 11 for violation of the Tobacco Products Tax Act after the discovery in Sterling Heights. Police say a number of brands of cigars were seized. Police say the man, whose name wasn't immediately released, is believed to be part of a large, organized tobacco smuggling ring operating in the Detroit area. An investigation into the case is ongoing. It's against the law in Michigan to possess, acquire, transport or sell any quantity of untaxed tobacco. (AP Photo/Michigan State Police)