Two months ago, Texas family lawyers and judges began making calls on a controversial area of law that few of them want to deal with — the judicial bypass provision of the new parental abortion notification statute.

Under the law, which took effect Jan. 1, physicians performing an abortion on a minor are required to notify parents of the procedure, unless the girl can win approval not to inform her parents from a judge.

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