David Brown

Center for Reproductive Rights

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Attorney with the Center for Reproductive Rights and co-counsel representing the clinics in the Texas abortion restriction case

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New rules for abortion clinics in Texas and other states are making it too expensive for many to stay in business.

Are States Imposing Undue Burden on a Woman's Right to Choose?

New rules for abortion clinics in Texas and other states are making it too expensive for many to stay in business.

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