Brian Rosenthal

Houston Chronicle

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Reporter covering state government in the Austin office of the Houston Chronicle

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Abortion providers in Texas are waiting for a ruling today that will put many of them out of business.

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Abortion providers in Texas are waiting for a ruling today that will put many of them out of business.

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