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Gene Church addresses the Monday night meeting. At right are Maudie Bedford, Logan Church and state Rep. Marcel Black.

MUSCLE SHOALS — Family members of the namesake of a law that sets a minimum postpartum hospital stay and a blood work requirement fear a bill to repeal the law is not dead.

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