A federal judge has awarded supplemental attorney’s fees to lawyers for the National Organization for Women for work done on appeals in a case against anti-abortion crusader Randall Terry.

The ruling by Judge Robert J. Ward, is the latest legal development in a case first brought by NOW in 1988, in which the women’s rights group sought a court order stopping Terry and other “Operation Rescue” activists from blocking entrances to abortion clinics.

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