When Simon Heller travels to Washington, D.C., later this month to argue the first abortion case to come before the Supreme Court in eight years, he is prepared to fight fire with fire.

Heller, who is in charge of litigation for the Manhattan-based Center for Reproductive Law and Policy, will be defending a medical procedure that has been dubbed by abortion foes as “partial birth abortion.”

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